Names From Jeffrey Epstein’s Flight Logs Being Probed, Reportedly Causing ‘Panic’
The top prosecutor in the US Virgin Islands is seeking more than 20 years of flight logs from Jeffrey Epstein’s fleet — a move that’s stirred up “panic among many of the rich and famous,” according to a new report.
Attorney General Denise George has sued the late pedophile’s estate, subpoenaing logs for each of his four helicopters and three planes from 1998 until his suicide last year at a Manhattan federal jail, the Mirror reported.
She additionally is seeking “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct” and any personal notes written by the pilots, and names and contact information for all those who “interacted with or observed” Epstein or any passengers connected to him, according to the outlet.
George’s suit alleges 22 counts, including aggravated rape, child abuse and neglect, human trafficking, forced labor and prostitution.
The subpoena states that Jet Aviation Holdings USA Inc. must turn over the requested documents within 30 days of being served. The document is dated Sept. 3, though it’s unclear when it was served.
Back in 2009, pilot David Rodgers provided logs that revealed that Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey and Naomi Campbell were on board Epstein’s “Lolita Express” jet, according to the report.
But the 2009 logs did not include flights piloted by Larry Visoski, who flew for Epstein for over a quarter-century, lawyers for the victims told the Mirror.
“The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-it note,” a legal source told the outlet. “There is panic among many of the rich and famous.”
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, who is being held in jail on charges that she conspired with Epstein to sexually abuse young women, often piloted helicopters to the disgraced money manager’s private island.