Friends of Jeffrey Epstein are panicking after a new lawsuit filed by Denise George, the Attorney General of the U.S. Virgin Islands, has demanded that flight logs from Epstein‘s four helicopters and three planes be made public.
The U.K.’s Daily Mirror reported on Monday that, “The Attorney General for the US Virgin Islands, where Epstein had a home, has demanded logs for his four helicopters and three planes, from 1998 to his suicide last year. Denise George has filed a lawsuit against Epstein’s estate, alleging 22 counts, including aggravated rape, child abuse and neglect, human trafficking, forced labour and prostitution.”
Alongside the passenger lists, Attorney General George is seeking any personal notes made by the pilots, or “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct.”
George has also noted that she is looking for names of “observers” or possible witnesses that had interacted with Epstein, his guests, his pilots, or other members of his household staff during visits to the islands.
Subpoenaed records from one of Jeffrey Epstein’s private planes broke open a case against him in 2009, revealing the names of his most famous passengers, which included former President Bill Clinton and the United Kingdom’s Prince Andrew.
Lawyers for the alleged victims of Epstein have stated that they believe those records are just the “tip of the iceberg”, noting that the 2009 document did not include flight logs from other aircraft, or from Epstein’s “chief pilot Larry Visoki who had flown Epstein for more than 25 years.”
Jeffrey Epstein allegedly committed suicide in jail last year, while being held pending trial on allegations of sexual assault and sex trafficking. He had already been convicted on multiple counts of sex trafficking. His former girlfriend and confidant Ghislaine Maxwell is now facing similar charges.
There has been increased pressure on Prince Andrew to speak with American authorities about his relationship with Epstein and his role in Epstein’s activities.
Last week, Adam Lang, a former Epstein private chef, spoke to the FBI about his relationship with the convicted trafficker. He may have information about Prince Andrew. According to the New York Post, “Lang was on three flights with Epstein and Andrew — two in February 1999 and one in May 2000.”
“The chef, 52, offered to talk with FBI investigators after he received a plea from Virginia Guiffre, who has accused British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell of arranging for her to have sex with the disgraced royal when she was only 17. Andrew vehemently denies the allegations,” the outlet noted.