George Clooney was sensationally accused of a sex act with the ex-lover of Prince Andrew’s paedo pal Jeffrey Epstein overnight.
The star, 58, was dragged into the scandal after Epstein’s jail death.
Ghislaine Maxwell, who is accused of recruiting young girls for the US financier perv, is claimed to have boasted about performing a sex act on the screen idol in a toilet.
He was named by ex-Epstein “sex slave” Virginia Giuffre in a manuscript of her memoirs released by a New York court.
Virginia says socialite Maxwell boasted about it during a globe-trotting trip they both made with Maxwell in 2001 which culminated in her meeting Prince Andrew for the first time in London.
Virginia wrote: “Always the instigator of a good joke but unable to take one herself she didn’t like when poked back that it was more in her recent taste of men, since she loved to brag about her rendezvous with her various lovers.
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“Once she came back giddy as a schoolgirl with an explosion of news, with all the build up and excitement in her voice you’d think she was the next crown princess, but she had given George Clooney a b*** job in the bathroom at some random event, she never let that one down.”
It is not known when the alleged incident between Maxwell and Clooney may have taken place.
There is no suggestion that Clooney was involved in under-age sex or sex parties held by billionaire Epstein or involved in any wrongdoing.
Virginia’s manuscript, which she drafted in 2011, featured in a defamation court case she fought against Maxwell.
Lawyers for both sides had said it was “fictionalised”. But it was released on Friday, along with documents implicating Prince Andrew.
Representatives for Clooney, now married to British barrister Amal Clooney, 41, and lawyers for Maxwell have so far failed to comment.
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Billionaire paedo Epstein, 66, died from an apparent suicide in a Manhattan jail on Saturday – days after being taken off suicide watch.
It was claimed he had told prison guards and fellow inmates that someone had tried to kill him weeks before his death.
An unnamed source told the Daily Mail: “There was no indication that he might try to take his own life.
“From what I saw, he was finally starting to adjust to prison. I think he was comforted by the rigidity of his new life.”
Department of Justice spokesman Lee Plourde told the New York Post Epstein was not “currently” on suicide watch in his cell while he awaited trial on child sex trafficking charges.
Timeline of the allegations against Jeffrey Epstein
The allegations against him go back to the 2000s
2005 – Parents of a 14-year-old girl told police in Florida that Epstein had molested their daughter at his Palm Beach home. A police search of the property found photos of girls throughout the house.
2006 – Charged with multiple counts of unlawful sexual acts with a minor.
2007 – Epstein’s lawyers put together a plea deal for Epstein, who was 54.
He agreed to plead guilty to two felony prostitution charges in state court,
In exchange, he and his accomplices received immunity from federal sex-trafficking charges that could have sent him to prison for life.
2008 – Appears in court to plead guilty on two lesser counts and sentenced to a 18 months in jail and was released early in 2009
July 2019 – Arrested charges of child sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking.
Prosecutors accused him in a grand jury indictment of paying dozens of girls as young as 14 to engage in sex acts with him at his New York and Florida properties from 2002 to 2005.
Pleaded not guilty and could face up to 45 years in prison if convicted.
More than a dozen women have now come forward with more sex abuse allegations.
August 2019 – Hundreds of pages of court documents were unsealed alleging new details of sexual abuse claims against Epstein and several associates.
August 10 2019 – The twisted tycoon dies after apparently hanging himself in his prison cell.
Jeffrey Epstein’s victims previously slammed the billionaire for dodging justice.
Accuser Jennifer Araoz said: “I am angry Jeffrey Epstein won’t have to face his survivors of his abuse in court.
“We have to live with the scars of his actions for the rest of our lives, while he will never face the consequences of the crimes he committed.