According to the flight logs revealed during Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial, Donald brought his young son along on a flight with both Epstein and Maxwell from Palm Beach, Florida to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on August 13, 1995.
As Radar previously reported, a 118-page log of flight records kept by Epstein’s two pilots were brought in as evidence Monday against Maxwell. The logs, which only documented the flights made between April 1991 and January 2006, revealed multiple surprises and showed that Trump, along with former president Bill Clinton, flew on Epstein’s private planes far more than was previously known.
Besides bringing an 11-year-old Eric along on a flight in 1995, the flight logs also show that Trump brought his then-wife Marla Maples and an infant Tiffany Trump along on a flight in 1994.
But while the logs show that Trump flew on Epstein’s private planes a total of six times between 1991 and 2006, they also show that Bill Clinton flew on the jets a total of nine times during that time period.
Other high-profile individuals documented in the flight logs include Bobby Kennedy Jr., former U. S. Senator George Mitchell, and Israeli-American violinist Itzhak Perlman.
These flight logs are only part of the prosecution’s case against Maxwell, who is facing six counts of sex-trafficking minors for her ex-lover and alleged confidante Jeffrey Epstein.
As Radar also reported, Assistant US Attorney Alison Moe called Maxwell a “sophisticated predator” on Monday and argued that “she knew exactly what she was doing.”
"Maxwell was Jeffrey Epstein’s right hand,” Moe claimed in court. "She was a grown woman who preyed on vulnerable kids. She caused deep and lasting harm to young girls.”
So far, Maxwell has stood by her claim and defense that she is nothing more than a scapegoat for Epstein’s actions, even though he committed suicide in 2019 while waiting for his own federal trial.
If found guilty of all counts, Maxwell will be facing upwards of 80 years in prison for her crimes.