Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ Flight Records Released. Who’s On Them?


On Thursday, a Manhattan federal judge impelled the release of certain documents in the Ghislaine Maxwell case. A civil lawsuit against Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s accomplice in sex crimes against the under-aged, has forced the release of documents including the flight records of Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ flights. These flights took eminent figures to Epstein’s ‘pedo island’ in the US Virgin Islands. 

US District Judge Loretta Preska found that the public’s right to the trove of documents at issue were more fundamental than Maxwell’s objection that they could prove ’embarrassing’ to her. Preska noted that redaction would help alleviate Maxwell’s concerns over privacy.

Trove of documents release include flight records and police records

Besides the flight logs, the documents include a deposition testimony from 2016, and police reports from Palm Beach, where Epstein and Maxwell often resided.

The suit impelling the release of these of the documents was brought against Maxwell by an alleged victim of Epstein, Virginia Giuffre. 

Many prominent individuals are already known to have flown on Epstein’s Lolita Express, particularly Bill Clinton, who flew with Epstein 26 times between 2001 and 2003 alone. Federal Aviation Administration flight logs have already proven this.

Clinton also flew with Epstein to various foreign destinations including but not limited to the Azores, Brunei, Norway, Russia, and Singapore.

Clinton often flew with Epstein without the accompaniment of the Secret Service. Records show that Maxwell was usually on the same flights as Clinton. 

Maxwell will be held without bail from her arrest on July 2 until her hearing in September. Maxwell had been hiding in plain sight at her residence in New Hampshire. Maxwell faces at least 35 years in prison and has pleaded not-guilty to all charges. She is being held as a flight risk, since she has French citizenship and France does not extradite its citizens.

Like the rest of America, Maxwell believes Epstein was murdered, believes she will be too


An anonymous friend of Maxwell has told the UK tabloid The Sun that Maxwell is afraid of being murdered in the same New York detention center where Epstein died. The source told the tabloid, “Everyone’s view, including Ghislaine’s, is Epstein was murdered. She received death threats before she was arrested.”

Maxwell’s father, Robert Maxwell, was a UK newspaper tycoon who received a state burial in Israel for unspecified services to that state. He had close business ties to wealthy businessman Bill Browder, who has urged countries to impose sanctions against Russia over the death in custody of his accountant and tax fraud accomplice Sergei Magnitsky, whom Browder falsely claimed was a lawyer and rights activist. Robert Maxwell was also close to the father of Attorney General Bill Barr.