Odd Clinton Painting Found at the Home of Dead Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

Check this insane oil painting of Bill Clinton in a blue dress, lounging on a chair in the Oval Office, Jeffrey Epstein had it hanging up in his Manhattan townhouse. I had no idea who the buyer was at the time.

According to the New York Post, the dress he is wearing in the painting is similar to the one Monica Lewinsky famously wore during the period she was engaged in a relationship with Mr Clinton.

Recall that Epstein was detained on July 6 in NY.

The Daily Mail's source said while she waiting for Epstein, there was also a girl who looked to be about 14-years-old in the same waiting area.

While the unusual portrait of Clinton adds another surreal layer to the former president's relationship with Epstein, the painting was just one of several bonkers items Epstein kept in his Manhattan mansion. Clinton and Trump both said they hadn't seen Epstein in years and knew nothing of his alleged misconduct when new charges were brought against him last month.

A visitor to the mansion snapped a picture in 2012 of the painting.

The freakish portrait was painted by the New York Academy of Art graduate, Petrina Ryan-Kleid for her master's thesis.


"As with most of my paintings, I had completely lost track of this piece when it was sold seven years ago", she said.

Ryan-Kleid gave a statement on the painting on August 16. "So it was a complete surprise to me to learn yesterday that it wound up in Epstein's home", she added.

Petrina Ryan-Kleid is the artist behind the Bill Clinton blue dress painting that has shocked the internet in recent days.

A woman who visited the Epstein residence before his July arrest confirmed the existence of the Clinton painting to the Daily Mail.

Though Ryan-Kleid doesn't have many pieces of artwork readily available on the internet, she is known for another striking painting of a political figure: namely, that of George Bush sitting on the floor of the oval office, holding a paper airplane and surrounded by jenga blocks. By doing what the Clintons do best: writing books and giving speeches. In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein's airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation.

But according to a story published back in March 1995 by the Palm Beach Post, then-President Clinton attended a "three-hour dinner" at the time with a "very select group of people" at the Palm Beach home of business magnate Ron Perelman.

U.S. District Judge Richard Berman, who is in charge of the criminal case against Epstein, asked the jail's warden this week for answers about the earlier episode, writing in a letter Monday that it had "never been definitively explained".

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