Two Presidents And A Prince: Epstein’s Former Pilot Testifies Famous Men Flew On Sex Offender’s Plane
During Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial, Larry Visoski — the former pilot of Jeffrey Epstein — testified that he repeatedly flew several powerful politicians and celebrities on the deceased financier and sex offender’s jet.
But Epstein’s flights became the focus of intense media scrutiny after it was discovered that former President Bill Clinton, Britain’s Prince Andrew, lawyer Alan Dershowitz and a host of other celebrities took trips on his planes…
Asked about the well-known names who flew on Epstein’s planes, Visoski mentioned Prince Andrew and also listed former astronaut and Ohio Sen. John Glenn, actors Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker, violinist Itzhak Perlman. He said Donald Trump was a repeat flier before he became president.
“There was more than once, I believe,” Visoski said. “I certainly remember President Trump but not anyone else associated with him.”
Maxwell — a British socialite and longtime associate of Epstein — is accused of procuring underage girls for Epstein and his associates. If convicted on all counts and given maximum sentences, 59-year-old Maxwell could spend 80 years in prison. Her long-awaited trial began on Monday.