Epstein Accuser Backs Claims He Had ‘Sex Tapes’ Of Trump, Clinton, Prince Andrew
A Jeffrey Epstein accuser is speaking out about past claims she made that the late pedophile kept video footage of his various friends having sex at his home, saying it’s absolutely true and that she only recanted her story years ago out of fear following threats.
“It’s no secret that everything was recorded,” Sarah Ransome, who settled a civil suit with Epstein and his madam Ghislaine Maxwell in 2018, told “Good Morning Britain” on Tuesday. “Multiple victims have come forward confirming my account, along with others. I have also seen recordings in his office.”
These recordings supposedly show former President Donald Trump, former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and British business magnate Richard Branson having sex with an unnamed woman, Ransome claimed in 2016 emails that were published Monday as part of a defamation lawsuit brought by fellow Epstein accuser, Virginia Giuffre.
The court documents include photos of Ransome, Maxwell, Epstein and other young women on Epstein’s private Caribbean island.
A final batch of seven documents from the court case was unsealed Tuesday.
Ransome said she recanted the tapes’ existence years ago because Maxwell, “amongst others, regularly enforced that if I ever did come forward, myself and my family would be harmed,” she told Good Morning Britain.
Epstein died in a New York City jail in 2019 while Maxwell is currently behind bars serving out a 20-year sentence related to helping him commit his sex crimes.
Ransome first came forward with her allegations to a New York Post reporter in 2016. She said the woman who allegedly had sex with the men had personally recalled her experiences with Ransome, particularly the woman’s one-on-one time with Trump, according to the court documents.
“She confided in me about her casual ‘friendship’ with Donald,” Ransome wrote of the woman in one email to the Post reporter. “Mr. Trump definitely seemed to have a thing for her and she told me how he kept going on about how he liked her ‘pert nipples.’”
She added: “I also know she had sexual relations with Trump at Jeffery’s NY mansion on regular occasions.”
Ransome retracted these claims to the Post reporter shortly after, saying going public would bring “only bad things” and “pain for my family.” The story was not published.
Then in 2019, Ransome told The New Yorker that she entirely invented the video claims. She said she wanted to draw attention to Epstein’s crimes and make him believe that she had “evidence that would come out” if he went after her, according to her interview at the time.
No such tapes have been made public, nor has evidence supporting their existence.
Ransome told “Good Morning Britain” on Monday that she’d be willing to testify about their existence.