George Clooney made headlines last week for a charitable donation that was quickly overshadowed by allegations of a past bathroom hook-up with jailed Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
Unsealed court documents in Maxwell’s child trafficking case revealed a book manuscript detailing the two years Virginia Guiffre spent as an alleged underage victim of Epstein’s “Pedophile Island.” Maxwell’s lawyers unsuccessfully fought to keep The Billionaire Playboy’s Club and other documents from Guiffre’s 2015 civil suit against her out of the ongoing trial.
According to an excerpt of the 139-page tell all, Maxwell enjoyed boasting about her sexual conquests. “Once she came back giddy as a schoolgirl with an explosion of news,” Guiffre reported. “She had given George Clooney a b***j*b.”
The purported encounter happened in the bathroom at an event and Maxwell was very excited to talk about it for a long stretch of time. It’s not clear when this incident occurred, but if Guffree was in bragging range of Maxwell, the event must have been held between 2000 and 2002, years before Epstein’s first criminal case.
Clooney is in no way accused of any wrongdoing, or considered to be connected with any of Epstein’s criminality. Beyond a regrettable hookup two decades ago, he has no connection with Maxwell.
The ill-timed blast from a past dalliance came a day after Clooney and his wife Amal donated $100,000 to Lebanese relief charities, after a massive explosion devastated the capital city of Beirut last week.
The Clooney’s hoped to inspire others to donate to the ground relief organizations: Lebanese Red Cross, Impact Lebanon, and Baytana Baytak. Clooney’s wife is a human rights attorney who hails from the affected country. The couple is “Deeply concerned for the people of Beirut and the devastation they’ve faced.”
Here are survivor stories, new video of the explosion, and information about the current clash between protestors and the government:
Baby Nabil was born a half hour before the blast destroyed his mother’s hospital room and injured over 6,000 people.
— Anonymous (@M0usAnonY) August 8, 2020