New Epstein Flight Logs Found

( Prosecutors in the Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking trial released 118 pages of flight logs into evidence that include some new information.

These newly available flight logs confirmed that among those flying on the convicted pedophile’s plane were former Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, and Prince Andrew Duke of York.

While the flights taken by Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew were already publicly known, the logs showed that Donald Trump took multiple trips aboard Epstein’s plane in the 1990s, six of which were previously unknown.

Trump flew on Epstein’s plane four times in 1993, then once in 1994, 1995, and 1997. Only Trump’s 1997 flight was previously disclosed.

In June 1994, Trump’s name appears on the flight log alongside Marla, his then-baby daughter Tiffany, and a nanny. Eric Trump’s name appears on a flight log from August 1995 when he was 11-years-old, heading from Palm Beach to New York.

In total, Trump traveled on Epstein’s plane seven times. Former President Bill Clinton took the Lolita Express at least nine times, but all nine of Clinton’s flights were already publicly disclosed.

Neither Trump nor Clinton has been accused of any involvement in Epstein’s alleged crimes.

Prince Andrew’s name appears on the flight logs two times in February 1999. It was previously disclosed that Prince Andrew had traveled on Epstein’s plane four times.

Other prominent individuals whose names appear on the flight logs submitted during Maxwell’s trial include former Minnesota Senator George Mitchell, attorney Alan Dershowitz, and violinist Itzhak Perlman.

Jurors in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial began deliberating on Monday after the prosecution and defense had delivered their closing arguments. Maxwell is charged with six counts including sex trafficking conspiracy and sex trafficking of a minor.

The 12-person panel had still not reached a verdict by Wednesday and is not scheduled to return for deliberations until after the Christmas holiday.

If convicted on the six charges, Maxwell, who turned sixty on Christmas day, could face up to seventy years in federal prison.