Epstein’s former pilot named names during Ghislaine Maxwell trial

During the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, who was accused of sex trafficking, the former pilot of her longtime business partner, Jeffrey Epstein testified as to who he saw during his trips. 

Pilot Larry Visoski said on Tuesday that he would be given notice of someone very high profile, like former president residents Bill Clinton or Donald Trump were going to be on board, according to CNN.

He also recalled renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman who flew to Michigan with Epstein for the Interlochen Center for the Arts summer camp. 

Additionally, he remembers Prince Andrew, Maine Sen. George Mitchell, Ohio Sen. John Glenn and actor Kevin Spacey on flights.

“He also said he’d fly Epstein to Columbus, Ohio, where Epstein also had property, to see billionaire businessman Les Wexner,” CNN reported. 

“Epstein referred to Wexner as his client but Visoski said he believed them to be friends as well.”

However, the pilot was clear that he was not privy to any wrongdoing on the flights where he saw the high profile figures. A spokesperson for Clinton admitted previously that he had been on the plane four times, but that the president knew nothing about Epstein’s “terrible crimes.” 

“In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation,” Clinton spokesman Angel Urena said in 2019.

Maxwell, who was a British socialite, was close with the late Epstein who died shortly after his arrest on sex trafficking charges in 2019. 

Maxwell was arrested a year later and pleaded not guilty to the charges which included conspiracy and sex trafficking, in connection with her relationship with Epstein.