Newly unearthed photos show former President Bill Clinton — who will deliver a key address to the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night — receiving a neck massage from alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim Chauntae Davies following a flight on the financier’s infamous “Lolita Express.”
“Would you mind giving it a crack?” Davies recalled Clinton asking, according to the Daily Mail, which published the pictures.
Clinton, 56 at the time of the September 2002 snaps, was en route to Africa for a humanitarian trip with Epstein and his entourage when the Lolita Express — Epstein’s private jet — landed in Portugal for refueling, the report said.
“While we were in the terminal, the ex-President was complaining of stiffness from falling asleep in his chair,” Davies said, according to the outlet.
Davies — then a 22-year-old massage therapist who worked as Epstein’s personal masseuse — was egged on by Ghislaine Maxwell, now charged with procuring underage girls for Epstein.
“Ghislaine chimed in to be funny and said that I could give him a massage,” said Davies. “Everyone had a little chuckle but Ghislaine in her prim British accent insisted and said I was good.”
Davies complied, with photos showing her working over the neck of a beaming Bubba.
“He turned his back to me and I reached up and I started to rub out the kink in our former President’s neck and shoulder,” she recounted.
The massage took an awkward turn when Davies requested Clinton change positions — using a poor choice of words in light of the former president’s Oval Office sex scandal with intern Monica Lewinsky.
“I’ve got a bad angle, would you mind getting on your knees?” she recalled asking. “I’m not at all sure what came over me.
“For a moment the room fell silent. I couldn’t believe I’d said that. The words just shot out before I realized what I was saying or who I said it to,” wrote Davies in her soon-to-be-released memoir, according to the Daily Mail.
“Then, although his face had turned the color of fire, he laughed. The whole room was laughing too. And, being the good sport he was, he sat down so I could get a better angle.”
Despite the uneasy moment, Davies said, “President Clinton was a perfect gentleman during the trip and I saw absolutely no foul play involving him.”
The group, which also included actors Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker, visited Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda, Mozambique and South Africa during the five-day humanitarian jaunt.
Clinton has previously acknowledged traveling with Epstein on multiple occasions, but has denied any awareness of the convicted pedophile’s crimes, and has not been accused of any wrongdoing of his own.
Davies has alleged that Epstein — who hanged himself while in federal custody in August 2019 — raped her on several occasions after she was recruited by Maxwell.
Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to charges of wrangling girls for Epstein, then lying about the arrangement under oath.