Millionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein may have passed, but his sickening past still lingers, and now new reports have surfaced about his infamous private jet, which flew some of entertainment and politics’ most famous names to and from various places, including his private island.
Newly released documents from a Ghislaine Maxwell civil suit revealed that Epstein’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre named model and Project Runway judge Heidi Klum as one of many celebrities she witnessed on the plane, nicknamed the “Lolita Express,” despite Klum denying she’d ever boarded the jet.
According to aviation consultant James McCloskey, who toured the aircraft while working for a company that buys planes and plane parts for films, the plane was filled with several luxurious, yet eyebrow-raising components.
“When you get inside the aircraft, it’s a playground. Everything lays out to be a bed. That was kind of creepy.” He went on to add, “You get on Epstein’s airplane, and it’s decorated from the 1970s. I mean, you would almost think that Elvis flew on this thing because it’s, like, velour and bright red colors.”
According to the New York Post, several of Epstein’s accusers have also alleged that the company who owns the plane, JEGE Inc., facilitated sex trafficking.
When asked by a lawyer in 2016 where she’d allegedly had sex with Maxwell, Epstein’s trusted accomplice, Giuffre replied, “If we’re going to talk about other countries, we’ve got to talk about international travel space or plane space or whatever you want to call it.”
The Lolita Express, which is a Boeing 727, has been housed in a long-term storage area at Brunswick Golden Isles Airport in southeastern Georgia for about five years now.