Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged mistress of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, is now on trial. Since the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has just accidentally disclosed hundreds of previously unknown flights on the private jets taken by the couple, Maxwell’s trial may have become more complicated.
In addition to the 189-seat Boeing 727 jet, Epstein owned, better known as the ‘Lolita express,’ three other 16-passenger Gulfstream jets. The FAA report revealed 704 previously unknown flights, according to the Insider on Nov. 29.
The Insider had requested the FAA to list the flights of Epstein’s aircraft but was denied access because the information was part of an investigation.
However, the data was inadvertently added to the response to another Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request submitted by Insider to the FAA.
It is now known that Epstein’s air fleet would have flown at least 2,618 flights from 1995 through July. 6, 2019.
Although the report does not include the names of possibly thousands of passengers, it is known that Maxwell was a frequent occupant, in addition to the world’s illustrious personages listed in earlier databases.
Itineraries included such far-flung places as Marrakech in Morocco, Paris, and the locations of Epstein’s properties: New York, Palm Beach, New Mexico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he owned a controversial private island.
There, he allegedly sexually abused minors, a case for which Epstein had already been tried and found guilty. According to the official version, he awaited trial in New York prison for other accusations, where he was found dead by suicide.
This version is shrouded in scandalous facts, such as the carelessness of the guards taking care of him and the disappearance of the video that recorded his last moments.
The cause of Epstein’s death has been questioned by critics, given that his trial could have revealed the names and perhaps even crimes of many of the world’s most influential personalities, who were his guests at the private island in the Caribbean.
Former President Clinton was closely associated with Epstein, something he denied. However, it was discovered that he had traveled at least 27 times to Epstein’s private island.
On the other hand, some photos show that Clinton hosted Epstein and Maxwell as guests of honor at the White House in 1993, the beginning of his two consecutive terms in office.
The reason for the invitation would have been an alleged donation of money made by the multimillionaire Epstein to pay for renovations of the Oval Office, according to the New York Post of Apr. 25.
In addition, Clinton would have visited Epstein in some of his mansions located in Florida and New York, including in one of them he appears in a picture wearing a compromising woman’s suit.
Maxwell’s trial is now underway, on charges that include sex trafficking of minors, enticement, and conspiracy to lure children into traveling to engage in illegal sex acts.
If convicted, Maxwell could face a sentence of up to 70 years. The trial is being held in the Southern District Court of New York in Manhattan, New York.