Jeffrey Epstein 'victim' Johanna Sjoberg denies massaging former US President Donald Trump in newly released bombshell court documents

Jeffrey Epstein 'victim' Johanna Sjoberg denies massaging former US President Donald Trump in newly released bombshell court documents

Former US President Donald Trump escaped unscathed from the bombshell release of Jeffrey Epstein's court documents.

One of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims, who claimed Prince Andrew groped her breast with a puppet, said in recently released depositions that she never massaged the former president.

And he was never seen at any of Epstein's properties – where the financier is alleged to have trafficked underage girls for sex.

Johanna Sjoberg, 42, told a British newspaper about an alleged meeting with the Duke at the East 71st Street mansion on 'Easter 2001', at the request of Epstein and Mrs Ghislaine Maxwell.

Sjoberg, now a hairdresser who lives in Florida, previously said Maxwell recruited her to give massages for Epstein in 2001, when she was in college.

In depositions released Wednesday, she was asked whether she had given massages to several famous men invited to a party hosted by Epstein, including Star Wars creator George Lucas and former President Trump.

She answered 'no' if Trump asked her for any sexual favors or if she ever massaged him.

At one point in the deposition, which totals 179 pages, Sjoberg noted that Epstein once bragged about being able to call the former president.

She mentioned that a pilot once told her to tell Epstein that they would have to land in Atlantic City instead of New York.

'Jeffrey said, 'Great, let's call Trump and we'll – I don't remember the name of the casino, but – we'll go to the casino,'” she said.

Trump has long denied any serious friendship with Epstein and banned the pedophile from his Mar-a-Lago country club in 2007 for hitting on another member's daughter.

Sjoberg was also asked whether she had sex with lawyer Alan Dershowitz in a limousine with Epstein and Virginia Roberts present.

“Absolutely not,” she responded, saying she knew who Dershowitz was and “would remember that.”

Nearly 200 names that had previously been redacted from a long-settled sex trafficking case against Jeffrey Epstein's accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell have been made public.

In addition, new evidence from Sjoberg is expected to be presented in a US court this week.

Legal documents may reveal more details of his alleged meeting with the royals.

Sjoberg had previously claimed that the king's brother placed his hand on her breast at the Manhattan home of multimillionaire pedophile Epstein in 2001.

She claimed this happened during an incident in which a Spitting Image latex doll of the Duke of York – a gift from Epstein's then-lover Ghislaine Maxwell – was used to touch Virginia Roberts' breast.

Roberts, who now uses her married name, Giuffre, said she and Andrew later slept together at Epstein's house.

Sjoberg said in 2007 that she returned to the apartment after some “sightseeing” and “Prince Andrew was there and a few other girls my age.” Andrew was very charming. . . She (Ghislaine) brought him a gift – a latex doll of him from Spitting Image.

She added: 'We took a photo. Virginia, another girl who was there, sat on a chair and had the doll on her lap. Andrew sat in another chair.


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