All the passengers on Jeffrey Epstein’s aircraft are reportedly set to be named – “sparking panic” among his rich and famous friends.
Logs for every flight made by his four helicopters and three planes, from 1998 to his suicide last year, have been subpoenaed.
The Attorney General for the US Virgin Islands, where billionaire paedophile Epstein had a home, has demanded the passenger lists, the Mirror reports.
Denise George has filed a lawsuit against his estate which alleges 22 counts, including aggravated rape, child abuse and neglect, human trafficking, forced labour and prostitution.
She is also looking for any “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct” and any personal notes the pilots made.
The subpoena demands the names and contact details of anyone who worked for the pilots, or who “interacted with or observed” Jeffrey Epstein or any passengers associated with him.
Prince Andrew’s friend Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, who is currently in jail awaiting trial on grooming and sex abuse charges, often piloted helicopters to Epstein’s private island.
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Back in 2009, pilot David Rodgers provided logs which revealed some of the high-profile passengers who had flown on Epstein’s “Lolita express” jet.
Prince Andrew, former US President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey and supermodel Naomi Campbell were among those named.
There is no suggestion that they were aware of Epstein’s wrongdoing.
Prince Andrew has always maintained he had no knowledge of Epstein's misdeeds, and in a statement said: "At no stage during the limited time I spent with him did I see, witness or suspect any behaviour of the sort that subsequently led to his arrest and conviction."
And Naomi Campbell released a video saying she was 'sickened' by the allegations and added that “what he’s done is indefensible”.
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Lawyers for his victims say the 2009 logs did not include flights made by chief pilot Larry Visoski, who flew for Epstein for more than 25 years.
A legal source told the Mirror: “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.”
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