Epstein, who died in 2019, visited Bill Clinton at the Executive Mansion over three years, with the first invitation coming just a month after his inauguration in January 1993.
The logs show the late financier showed up on 14 separate days, even making two visits in a single day on three different occasions.
Epstein was invited by some of Clinton's most senior advisers and aides, including one who later served as Treasury Secretary, according to records.
The reports show that the vast majority of Epstein's visits affirmed that he was going to the West Wing, meaning there was a strong likelihood he was meeting Clinton.
The revelation puts renewed investigation on Clinton's friendship with Epstein, who was known to have flown the former President on his private jet - known as the "Lolita Express" - dozens of times after he left office.
When Epstein killed himself in jail after his capture in 2019, Clinton claimed he knew "nothing about the terrible crimes" his friend perpetrated.
And while Epstein's sins did not become public knowledge until his capture in 2006, the visits to the White House would have occurred during the same time frame that his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell is accused of hiring young girls for him.
Maxwell, 59, is accused of being Epstein's procurer between 1994 and 2004, a period of time during which the pedophile appeared to be gaining the trust of the most powerful man in the nation.
Epstein was still proving himself as a financial manager and had recently left Towers Financial. This debt collection agency would collapse in 1993 due to a $450 million Ponzi scheme, the largest in the U.S. at the time.
Steven Hoffenberg, who ran the company with Epstein, was imprisoned for 20 years. Epstein was never arrested nor charged.
Epstein met Maxwell in the early 1990s and the two briefly dated before she eventually became the manager of his Palm Beach mansion and, as prosecutors allege, top recruiter of minors.
Over the next decade, he had the trappings of a billionaire playboy: his private island in the Caribbean, a $75 million mansion in New York which was the largest private residence in the city at the time, and his ranch in New Mexico.