Kevin Spacey confirms that 'young girls' were on Jeffrey Epstein's plane during 2002 trip with Bill Clinton to Africa

 June 12, 2024

Despite the occasional but consistent denials of any alleged wrongdoing, it has long been known that former President Bill Clinton had a more than passing acquaintanceship with the late convicted pedophile and billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein.

In a recent interview, however, Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey recalled being on Epstein's private plane along with Clinton and others, including a group of "young girls," according to The Independent.

The actor, who has battled his own allegations of sexual misconduct, spoke of a 2002 humanitarian trip to Africa followed by a visit to Buckingham Palace in London with Epstein and Clinton, but insisted he never visited the infamous private island in the Caribbean where Epstein is alleged to kept a stable of underage girls groomed as sex slaves for himself and his friends.

Confirmation of "young girls" on Clinton-Epstein flight to Africa

Spacey recently joined journalist Piers Morgan for an interview on Morgan's "Uncensored" program and, among other things, discussed how former President Clinton had invited him to come along on a week-long humanitarian trip to Africa by way of Epstein's private plane, which has been dubbed the "Lolita Express."

The actor insisted that he was never "friends" with Epstein and didn't even know who he was at the time of the 2002 trip, and told Morgan, "I have since learned who he is and I have since been able to go back and find out that the airplane that we flew on for this humanitarian mission was owned by Jeffrey Epstein."

"I didn’t know him. I have never spent any time with him. I was with the Clinton Foundation people, that’s who I was with," Spacey said of Epstein and the Africa trip. "I didn’t want to be around this guy because I felt he put the president at risk on that trip to South Africa, because there were these young girls. We were like, 'Who is this guy?'"

Morgan sought clarification that there were "young girls on those flights?" to which Spacey replied without further elaboration, "There were young girls on those flights, yeah."

Spacey denies any relationship with Epstein or Ghislaine Maxwell

Spacey went on to tell Morgan in the interview, "There’s a big difference between not remembering that I met some guy and some woman on a humanitarian trip where my focus was entirely on what we were there to do, and not remembering whether I went to somebody’s island."

That "woman" was Epstein's alleged right-hand and accomplice, former British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who was photographed with Spacey during a visit to Buckingham Palace in London on the return from the Africa trip, as Clinton had been invited to hear a speech from then-U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair and also wanted to meet with Prince Andrew, who was friends with both the former president and Epstein.

"This Maxwell woman, she was one of many people to sit down next to me in that throne room," Spacey said. "I have no relationship with her. I had no relationship with [Epstein]. I mean he’s not my friend. I am not a confidant. I’ve never spent time with him."

Close friends or just passing acquaintances?

Spacey's recollection that there were "young girls" on the flights to and from Africa and the U.K. on the 2002 trip with Epstein and former President Clinton seemingly undercuts Clinton's long-held denials that anything untoward occurred during his supposed arms-length relationship with the convicted pedophile and billionaire financier.

The New York Post reported in January that per unnamed inside sources, Clinton and Epstein were "close" friends who were first introduced in the 1990s when Epstein donated tens of thousands of dollars to Clinton's campaign and namesake Foundation, with records also showing that Epstein visited the Clinton White House numerous times while Clinton flew on Epstein's plane on several occasions.

Yet, following Epstein's arrest on federal charges in 2019, CNN reported that Clinton spokesman Angel Urena said his boss "knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York."

The spokesman acknowledged that Clinton had flown on Epstein's plane on multiple occasions and even met privately with Epstein and Maxwell at Epstein's New York residence, but insisted that the former president had "not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade, and has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida."

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