Painting of Bill Clinton Wearing Blue Dress and Red Pumps Displayed At Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan Home
Jeffrey Epstein had a bizarre oil painting of former president Bill Clinton wearing a blue dress and red pumps sitting in the Oval Office hanging on the wall of his $56 million townhome. “Parsing Bill” was painted by Petrina Ryan-Kleid of Yashar Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.
The painting was photographed inside Epstein’s home in 2012. An anonymous source, who took a photo of the painting while visting Epstein, told the Daily Mail, “It was absolutely Bill Clinton. It was shocking… it was a very provocative, sexual picture.”
Jeffery Epstein has a portrait of Bill Clinton in the blue dress.— Ashton Birdie ✨ (@ashtonbirdie) August 14, 2019
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“It was through a door that had been left temporarily open by his housekeeper or butler. I thought, why in the world would Epstein have that up? I didn’t even know that they knew each other,” said the source.
Just a hi res pic of Bill Clinton in a blue dress wearing red shoes on display in Jeffrey Epstein's NY mansion https://t.co/Tf10hcRR1u— Jim Corr 🇮🇪 (@Jimcorrsays) August 14, 2019
Daily Mail reported that the metadata did verify the photograph was taken at Epstein’s home in 2012.
Another strange painting displayed on the second floor of Epstein’s home is a mural that Epstein had commissioned which depicts him in the middle of a prison scene surrounded by a barbed wire fence and guards. Public relations specialist R.Couri Hay was a guest at Epstein’s home and had seen the mural and recalled Epstein saying, “That’s me and I had this painted because there is always the possibility that could be me again.”
According to investigative journalist Conchita Sarnoff, Bill Clinton had flown on Epstein’s plane 27 times along with underage girls. Sarnoff is the author of “TrafficKing,” based on the Epstein case.
Clinton released a statement earlier in July through his press secretary, Angel Ureña.
Statement on Jeffrey Epstein. pic.twitter.com/98ha9YYd1l— Angel Ureña (@angelurena) July 8, 2019