By: Joseph Jankowski | PlanetFreeWill.com
According to highly placed Democratic Party sources who spoke with author Edward Klein, former President Bill Clinton is facing new sexual assault accusations from four women who say the assaults occurred while they were employed by playboy billionaire investor, Ron Burkle. Sources also claim that Hillary Clinton offered to hire investigators to dig up dirt on the accusers.
In his report published by the Daily Mail on Monday, Edward Klein, the former editor in chief of the New York Times Magazine and author of the recently released Clinton expose, Guilty As Sin, writes that the current accusations stem from a period after Clinton had left the White House in 2001.
Attorneys representing the four accusers have notified Clinton they are preparing to file four separate lawsuits against him, according to Klein. The ongoing investigation has apparently reached “a critical stage” in which the women are ready to speak in a public forum about the alleged sexual assault if they do not receive the substantial payouts they want in return for their silence.
A member of Clinton’s legal team has confirmed the existence of the new allegations that refer to incidents that took place more than 10 years ago when the former president was hired by Ron Burkle at his investment firm, The Yucaipa Companies.
Burkle, who is labeled in the press as a “playboy” billionaire investor, flew around the globe with Clinton on his personal jet nicknamed ‘Air F**k One’, which is known to often carry a flock of beautiful young women, while both he and Clinton engaged in business.
The four women, who as on now remain unidentified, say they were sexually assaulted by the former president while working as low-level staffers at Burkle’s organization.
A member of Clinton’s legal team who Klein had reached out to told the author that he is aware of the allegations but can not talk about them.
Klein’s sources also informed him that Bill’s wife Hillary, the failed U.S. presidential hopeful, offered to hire private detectives to dig up dirt on the four women but was persuaded to not interfere by Bill Clinton’s attorneys.
“In the past Hillary had a team of detectives that managed to silence a number of women in Little Rock who had complaints about Bill’s unwanted sexual advances,” a source told Klein. “But now Hillary admits there’s a different atmosphere in our culture about sexual harassment and it’s not possible to intimidate women into silence about charges once they make up their mind to speak up.”
The source claims this current scandal has Hillary afraid for the Clinton legacy, which has already taken a mainstream hit since the 2016 presidential election, as the new accusations may damper her efforts to stay relative in politics in the years to come.
Hillary came under fire last year when Juaniata Broaddrick, a women who claim’s Bill Clinton raped her during his 1978 campaign for Arkansas governor, came out and discussed Hillary Clinton’s role in silencing her and other victims of Clinton sexual assault.
Bill Clinton also famously paid $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit by Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee whose case led to Clinton’s impeachment in the House of Representatives.
Edward Klein writes in his report for the Daily Mail that the new accusations “are likely to revive the debate over why Democrats defended Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky scandal and why liberals and feminists ignored credible charges of sexual assault against the 42nd president, not only from Paula Jones, but also from Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and others.”
It will remain to be seen if the new accusations against Bill “Slick Willie” Clinton will take the limelight from a slew of high profile sexual misconduct cases involving the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and Al Franken.