Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Heats Up As Epstein's Pilot Testifies, Drops Long List Of Famous Names

One of Jeffrey Epstein's longtime pilots was among those who took the stand on the second day of Ghislaine Maxwell's trial.

Lawrence Paul Visoski Jr. testified on the disgraced late financier's lavish lifestyle, from his many properties to the visits to them made on his private plane. In his testimony, Visoski named some of the many famous faces he saw onboard, per the New York Post.

Visoski named former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, both of whom had long been rumored to be friendly with Epstein and Maxwell. He also named the Duke of York, Prince Andrew, among those who flew. But that wasn't the end of the recognizable names he shared.

Attorney Lisa Bloom noted other names mentioned in a series of tweets. Those names included Israeli American violinist Itzhak Perlman, late astronaut John Glenn, and actors Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker.

That said, the pilot said he never saw any illegal activity with any passengers, let alone underage passengers, during his time working with Epstein. He explicitly denied seeing any sexual activity or finding any sex toys or used condoms.

His testimony was followed by that of one of four victims involved in the charges against Maxwell. Testifying under the pseudonym "Jane," she attested to meeting Maxwell and Epstein as a young teenager in 1994 and becoming involved in their depraved social web.

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