The photos, obtained by The Daily Mail, show a very relaxed and jovial Clinton, then 56, receiving a neck massage from one of Epstein's victims, Chauntae Davies, who was just 22-years-old.
We may have already known that Clinton travelled on Epstein's private jet—nicknamed The Lolita Express—multiple times, however, these images, taken in 2002 at an airport in Africa, suggest a closer relationship between him and the deceased sex-offender than originally thought.
Clinton, who was there on a Humanitarian trip, reportedly complained of a stiff neck after falling asleep on the jet.
And while there's nothing illegal or explicit about the seemingly innocuous photos, when given context of all the horrific sexual assaults that occurred on Epstein's sick holidays, they paint an unsettling picture.
Davies, now in her 40s, has accused Epstein of raping her several times, and claimed that his right-hand-woman Ghislaine Maxwell, recruited her the same way she did many other young girls.
However, Davies, who was a trained massage therapist, has come to Clinton's defence, telling her side of the story and assuring the world that nothing went on between the pair.
"Although the image looks bizarre, President Clinton was a perfect gentleman during the trip and I saw absolutely no foul play involving him," she said.
The photos were released at a suspiciously inconvenient time, moments before Clinton was set to speak at the Democratic Convention, leading many to speculate.
Current U.S. President, Donald Trump, has been repeatedly linked to both Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
On August 10th, 2019, Epstein was found dead in his Metropolitan Correctional Centre jail cell, where we was awaiting trial on further sex trafficking charges. The death was ruled as a suicide.
Maxwell is currently awaiting trial for charges related to the sexual abuse of young women and girls.