Pilot spills the beans during the 8th day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial

Pilot spills the beans during the 8th day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial

Mark Slapinski

David Rodgers, the second pilot to testify during Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking trial, told Assistant US Attorney Maurene Comey that he “flew Epstein and Maxwell accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre a total of 32 times in the early 2000s.

Prosecutors read off flights from a log book that show Epstein, Maxwell, Roberts and a number of other people flew together across the US and abroad. The full network that surrounded Jeffrey Epstein is still unknown.

The flights addressed at trial include a 2001 trip from Spain to Morocco that Roberts, Maxwell and Epstein all took. Other flights included numerous trips from airports near Epstein’s properties in New Mexico, New Jersey, Florida and the US Virgin Islands.

The pilot testified he flew a total of four flights with Maxwell accuser “Jane” on board, according to local media.

In this courtroom sketch, Ghislaine Maxwell center, confers with her defense attorney Jeffrey Pagliuca, right, before testimony begins in her sex-abuse trial on Wednesday.

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