Mail Online reports that "highly-placed Democratic sources" have revealed to them that four women have new accusations against Bill Clinton for sexual misconduct and are looking for the former president to pay for their silence.
As for the current allegations, Clinton's legal team told Mail Online that they are aware of them but can not speak publicly about them. According to Daily Mail, the former president allegedly assaulted the women in early 2000s.
These new allegations hail from the period following his 2001 departure from the White House, when he was working with millionaire playboy Ron Burkle.
According to their accounts, Clinton helped Burkle generate business for his company by "flying around the world with a flock of attractive young women on Burkle's private jet, which was nicknamed 'Air F-k One'".
However, there is no evidence that Burkle himself was in the knowing about such incidents happening at his company.
The unnamed women are willing to file four separate lawsuits should negotiations fail.
Bill Clinton is reportedly facing fresh claims of sexual assault.
Mr Clinton also paid $850,000 to former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones to settle a sexual harassment claim against him.
Democrats, liberals and feminists will once again have to justify themselves, having defended his actions in various similar cases before. "He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud". Kirsten Gillibrand set off an "earthquake in the Democratic Party" over her comment that former President Bill Clinton should have resigned over the Monica Lewinsky scandal. "She put a shot right across the bow of the Clintons", Bannon told John Catsimatidis on AM970's "The Answer".
Victims of sexual harassment and assault feel more empowered now to "out" perpetrators than they did 25 years ago, during Bill Clinton's political moment.
Their relationship is more business and familial when it comes to their children and grandchildren. It was pushed under the rug, and even women defended him.