Kevin Spacey Confirms He Was on Epstein’s Lolita Express With Bill Clinton and ‘Young Girls’

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Kevin Spacey has confirmed that he flew on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express in 2002 with former President Bill Clinton and a group of “young girls.” 

Spacey, during a Tuesday interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored, admitted that he flew to Africa on for an eight-day humanitarian mission with Clinton and was uncomfortable due to the number of young girls around the former president.

Morgan, responding to Spacey’s remark, questioned again if there were “young girls on those flights?”

“There were young girls on those flights, yeah,” the actor replied, without further elaborating. Watch:

However, the two-time Oscar winner denied spending time with Epstein while on the trip, alleging he was primarily working with the “Clinton Foundation people.”

Spacey also claimed that Epstein made him feel uncomfortable and that he felt the pedophile “put the president at risk” because there were “young girls on those flights.”

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is seen enjoying a massage from Jeffrey Epstein victim Chauntae Davies

MailOnline report: The conversation with Morgan comes as the actor is selling his home at auction to settle legal bills following allegations of sexual misconduct made against him.

Spacey, known for the hit Netflix series House of Cards along with the award-winning 90s romcom American Beauty, was found not guilty during a London trial after being accused of sexual offenses.

The Unusual Suspects star, 64, addressed his alleged connection to Epstein on Morgan’s controversial YouTube program, in an episode uploaded Tuesday.

Spacey explained that Clinton had invited him on a humanitarian mission in South Africa aimed at raising awareness for HIV and AIDS.

He told Morgan: “It was primarily to raise awareness and prevention for AIDS, and particularly for mothers who had HIV to get the medication they needed to not pass it onto their children, so I said yes, absolutely.” 

The actor said that he has “since learned who [Epstein] is” and that the “airplane that we flew on for this humanitarian mission was owned by Jeffrey Epstein.”

But Spacey reaffirmed, “I didn’t know him. I have never spent any time with him.”

He said he was working with the Clinton Foundation during the trip, but also alleged that Epstein – whom he claims he did not know – made him feel uncomfortable.

“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,” he recalled. “We were like, “Who is this guy?”‘

After the allegations about Epstein’s sex trafficking ring were made public, reports surfaced alleging that Spacey had visited Epstein’s Caribbean island, Little St James.


Spacey, in his interview with Morgan, denied ever traveling to the island and said: “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.”

He also addressed a controversial photograph in which he and Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell are sitting on thrones at Buckingham Palace. 

He said the picture was taken after the humanitarian trip, detailing how Clinton had been invited to London by then Prime Minister Tony Blair to speak at a Labour Party conference.

“We flew then to London, and the president said to me, “Before we leave tomorrow, do you want to come? I am going to go to Buckingham Palace tomorrow to see Prince Andrew, do you want to come?” Spacey recalled, adding: “I said, “Sure.”

“This Maxwell woman, she was one of many people to sit down next to me in that throne room,” he added.

“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.”

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