Names of ALL celebs who rode Epstein's planes to be out in public, Internet says 'a lot of people will panic'

AG Denise George has filed a lawsuit against Epstein’s estate, and has demanded logs for his four helicopters and three planes

                            Names of ALL celebs who rode Epstein's planes to be out in public, Internet says 'a lot of people will panic'
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The details of every passenger who has ever ridden on Jeffrey Epstein’s aircrafts over 21 years are under scrutiny as the flight logs have been subpoenaed over a lawsuit filed by the Attorney General for the US Virgin Islands, which has sparked "panic" among the disgraced billionaire pedophile's rich and famous friends. 

AG Denise George has filed a lawsuit against Epstein’s estate, alleging 22 counts, including aggravated rape, child abuse, and neglect, human trafficking, forced labor, and prostitution in the US Virgin Islands, where Epstein had a home. He has demanded logs for Epstein's four helicopters and three planes, starting from1998 until his suicide last year. Apart from passenger lists, he is seeking any “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct” as well as any personal notes the pilots made. The subpoena pertains to the names and contact information of former staff members, of the pilots or people who “interacted with or observed” Epstein or any passengers associated with him.

Prosecutors have already got their hands on the logs provided by pilot David Rodgers which showed that in 2009 famous personalities including Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey, and Naomi Campbell flew on Epstein’s 'Lolita Express' jet. However, the information did not automatically suggest that they were aware of Epstein’s wrongdoing. However, the legal teams for the victims claimed that the 2009 logs did not include details about the flights made by chief pilot Larry Visoski, who flew for Epstein for more than 25 years. A legal source said: “The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note. There is panic among many of the rich and famous.”

The news sparked an array of reactions online. "This should be interesting. There going to be a lot of people panicking," one said, while another commented, "Photos at Buckingham palace also included? Doubt it!" alluding to Prince Andrew's links to Epstein. A third predicted, "Hmmm. I'm sure there will be a few unauthorized deletions before that is released!"




A recent report claimed that the convicted sex offender, who died last year on August 10, a month after his arrest from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on charges of sex trafficking, was funded by the father of his former confidante Ghislaine Maxwell — Robert Maxwell. Maxwell was arrested. She was charged with grooming girls as young as 14 for Epstein.

Frenchman Jean Luc-Brunel, a model scout and also a friend of Epstein, is said to have spoken about Robert’s involvement to his friends almost 20 years ago. The claim has since been passed onto US lawyers who are investigating Epstein and his co-conspirators, in the form of sworn testimony. A close associate of Brunel said, "He was having a conversation with some acquaintances in New York City around 2002. Jean-Luc was telling them how Ghislaine's father Robert Maxwell was one of the reasons why Jeffrey Epstein had money."

The associate further added, "He said Maxwell had been one of Epstein's early investment clients. I assumed that Maxwell had invested in Epstein, who then used that money to make his own. Jean-Luc also started talking about a book featuring Robert Maxwell and wanted to get hold of a copy straight away."

Epstein gained recognition in the financial world in the '80s as he founded his money management firm called J Epstein and Co in 1982. According to Vox, he specifically marketed his services to "those with assets worth more than $1 billion" and operated his company out of the US Virgin Islands for tax reasons. Epstein lived in a massive townhouse, appeared to be wealthy and also donated a lot of money to a number of causes before being arrested. He was worth $577,672,654, according to a will signed just two days before he apparently killed himself.

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