December 12, 2019 | 8:14am | Updated December 12, 2019 | 9:30am
Jeffrey Epstein had a huge portrait of accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell completely naked with her legs wide open in a party room in his New Mexico ranch, a former employee claimed Thursday.
The graphic painting of the British media heiress was a centerpiece in the poolroom of the “Zorro Ranch,” where Maxwell was an almost constant presence and even had an office, the staffer told The Sun.
The late pedophile — who famously had a bizarre painting of Bill Clinton in a blue dress — also filled the ranch with photos of his famous pals, including Clinton, Prince Andrew and even John Travolta, his former IT worker told the paper.Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell Patrick McMullan via Getty Image
“There was this huge painting of Ghislaine naked with her legs open, 6 foot by 6 foot,” the unidentified worker, who said he worked for Epstein for more than 10 years, told The Sun. “She was on a chair, leaning back, with her legs open. You could see everything. She would definitely have posed for that.”
He said Maxwell — long accused of being Epstein’s madam — had an upstairs office and “spent more time at the ranch than he did.”
“I’d see what was on her computers, modeling pictures of girls and that kind of thing,” he insisted, saying some looked like professionals.
The staffer, who said he worked on Epstein’s “internet, security and communications,” said there were “pictures everywhere” at the ranch.
“John Travolta, Bill Clinton, and there were a bunch of photos of Prince Andrew in the house, mostly in the common areas,” he said. “He liked to brag about the people he knew.”
He said one room in the home was “sex-obsessed,” with everything showing “nude women, couples having sex or fertility statues.”
The ex-employee said the raunchy photos came down in 2005, when Epstein learned he was under investigation for allegedly trafficking young girls for sex.
Another source told the paper that some staff — who are reportedly still being paid by the dead man’s estate — refuse to believe the well-connected pedophile is dead.
“Some employees think he’s still alive,” the source insisted. “It might be stupidity or Stockholm Syndrome or, like a real-life Bond villain, who could break out of federal jail and fake his own death.”
Maxwell has denied any wrongdoing. Her reps did not respond to The Sun’s requests for comment.