Perhaps no one more than David Rodgers – Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot – knows what transpired aboard the deceased multimillionaire’s private jet.
Allegations of sexual assault against women, ofter underage, aboard the Lolita Express are rampant.
Rodgers says he flew Prince Andrew, the third child of Queen Elizabeth II, with Epstein and his “sex slave” Virginia Roberts.
However, Andrew was in the United Kingdom on one occasion when Rodger’s notes put him in America. And Buckingham Palace vigorously denies the charges.
Per the Daily Mail:
Buckingham Palace tonight furiously denied allegations that Prince Andrew flew repeatedly with Jeffrey Epstein and his ‘sex slave’ Virginia Roberts, saying they were demonstrably untrue.
The claims, made in court documents by Epstein’s former pilot, place the Duke of York on the billionaire’s private jet with Roberts on at least four occasions in April and July 2001.
Prince Andrew had previously been photographed with Virginia Roberts and Epstein’s alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell.
The allegations were made in a 2016 deposition given by Epstein’s former pilot David Rodgers, in relation to Virginia Roberts’ lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell – Epstein’s longtime associate and alleged procurer of underage girls. Maxwell denies any such allegations.
Andrew was introduced to Epstein in the 1990s and remained a friend even after the financier served a 13-month sentence for having sex with underage girls and became a registered sex offender.