The paedophile is seen smiling and shaking hands with the president as Maxwell looks on during the visit in September 1993.
The pair were VIP guests of Clinton and they toured his residence and the East Room during a lavish reception for donors.
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell smiling with Bill Clinton during a VIP tour of the White House has been revealed in new photos
The president is seen shaking hands with the billionaire financier as they engaged in conversation at the party
The pair were VIP guests of Clinton and they toured his residence and the East Room during a reception
Epstein had donated £7,820 for the refurbishment of the Oval Office and was rewarded with the White House bash hosted by Clinton and his wife Hillary.
The financier was convicted for the first time in 2008 for procuring a girl under 18 for prostitution after an investigation which was launched in 2005.
The Clinton administration would not have been aware of any criminality at the time of their White House meetings.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: ‘The photos show just how close Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein got to one of the most powerful men in the world — in the most powerful building.’
Maxwell and Epstein befriended Clinton and took him on a tour in the billionaire’s ‘Lolita Express’ jet after the politician left the White House.
They were believed to have been invited to the White House three times during Clinton’s presidency according to The Daily Beast.
The 1993 party was held for people who contributed towards the £290,000 Oval Office renovation via the White House Historical Association.
Epstein had donated £7,820 for the refurbishment of the Oval Office and was rewarded with the White House bash hosted by Clinton and his wife Hillary
Epstein died in his jail cell after he was arrested for a variety of sex charges relating to young girls
The White House social secretary, Ann Stock, was the reception’s point of contact and was listed in Epstein’s little black book.
Clinton has always denied knowing about Epstein’s crimes.
It comes after Maxwell pleaded not guilty to two more counts of sex trafficking on Friday as she appeared in court for the first time since her arrest.
The British socialite was arraigned in a Manhattan courthouse on new sex trafficking charges added to an indictment three weeks ago.
Her lawyer entered a not guilty plea Friday and a padlocked black sedan believed to be carrying Maxwell was seen driving to the Brooklyn prison.
Appearing frail with graying hair after months behind bars, Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty in her first in-person hearing since her arrest last year. Her sister Isabel is seen sitting behind her wearing a beret in a court sketch
‘Yes, your honor,’ and ‘I have, your honor’ were the only words Maxwell said when answering the judge before waiving to have the charges publicly read.
Maxwell’s signature short black haircut was grown out long, showing off the gray at the roots as she appeared noticeably more frail than her last hearing in July.
But there was no sign of the hair loss her lawyers claimed she had experienced in prison and no sign of her husband Scott Borgerson who was anticipated to show up to support her.
Sources close to Maxwell’s family told The Telegraph that her appearance in court was about Maxwell wanting to ‘face her accusers head on’, as well as being free from her prison cell for a while.
A rewritten indictment lodged against the 59-year-old British socialite last month added sex trafficking charges to allegations that Maxwell recruited three teenage girls from 1994 to 1997 for then-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse.
Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty to new sex trafficking charges added to an indictment three weeks ago. Pictured: A courtroom sketch of Maxwell from today, April 23, 2021
New charges involving the sex trafficking of a minor stretched the conspiracy to 2004.
According to the new indictment, the woman was sexually abused multiple times by Epstein between 2001 and 2004 at his Palm Beach, Florida, residence, beginning when she was 14 years old.
Maxwell’s lawyers have claimed that she had lost weight and her hair was falling out because of her poor treatment while in custody.
They alleged she is becoming a ‘shell of her former self’ because she is being woken up every 15 minutes with a a flash light.
Her lawyers claimed the conditions were more fitting for Hannibal Lecter, the fictional serial killer from the movie The Silence of the Lambs.
Maxwell’s trial is set for July 12 on charges alleging she recruited and groomed teenage girls from 1994 to 2004 to provide sexual massages to her one-time boyfriend.