| Ronald Burkle |
|Born||Ronald Wayne Burkle|
November 12, 1952
|Member of||Jeffrey Epstein/Black book|
New York Post columnist Jared Paul Stern claimed Burkle and Bill Clinton carried on sexual liaisons with fashion models, some under the age of consent.
Ronald Wayne Burkle is an American businessman. He was listed in Jeffrey Epstein's black book.
In April 2006, Burkle accused New York Post columnist Jared Paul Stern of attempting to extort money from him in exchange for stopping the publication of stories in Page Six, the paper's gossip column. Stern countered, claiming Burkle tried to intimidate journalists who reported on his illegal activity, and had hired private investigators to dig up dirt on his opponents. Stern's claims included Burkle's close ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Stern’s claims, exposed in a lawsuit, included: “Burkle, a powerful, politically connected billionaire together with Bill Clinton … carries on sexual liaisons with fashion models, some of whom are under the age of consent, … was concerned … information about his acrimonious divorce would hamper his ability to … engage in unsavory and illegal conduct with impunity”.
Burkle tried to “entice, entrap, cajole, browbeat, trick or otherwise coerce” him “into making incriminating statements,” and proposed “an investment” in Stern’s fledgling prep-chic clothing company, Skull & Bones.
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