Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew Took Multiple Trips on Jeffrey Epstein's Plane

Newly released flight logs show that former President Donald Trump, former President Bill Clinton and the U.K.'s Prince Andrew all traveled on accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's private plane.

Prosecutors released 118 pages of flight logs as evidence in the trial of longtime Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell, who is charged with six federal counts including one charge of sex trafficking of minors. She pleaded not guilty to all charges.

The logs show that Trump took multiple trips on Epstein's plane in the 1990s—six more than were previously disclosed—while flights by Clinton and Prince Andrew were already public knowledge.

Trump traveled on Epstein's private plan four times in 1993 and once a year in 1994, 1995 and 1997.

That 1997 flight had previously been disclosed.

In a flight log from June 1994, Trump's name appears alongside "Marla"—presumably his then-wife Marla Maples—his then-baby daughter Tiffany, and a nanny.

Trump's son Eric is listed on a flight in August 1995 from Palm Beach to New York. Eric Trump would have been 11 years old at the time of that flight.

While records show Trump traveled on Epstein's plane seven times, former President Clinton was a passenger at least nine times, though the extent of his travels on Epstein's plane had already been reported.

Trump and Clinton have not been accused of any involvement in Epstein and Maxwell's alleged crimes.

Prince Andrew, second son of the U.K.'s Queen Elizabeth II, was also named in the flight logs released on Monday. His name appears twice in February 1999. An entry from April, 1998 states that Epstein met the prince's ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson. It had been previously been reported that Prince Andrew had traveled on Epstein's plane four times.

Virginia Giuffre has accused Prince Andrew of sexually assaulting her on three occasions when she was under the age of 18. Giuffre has accused Epstein and Maxwell of lending her out to powerful men. The prince has denied the allegations.

The flight logs released on Monday also list other prominent individuals flying on Epstein's plane, including former U.S Senator George Mitchell (D-MN), attorney Alan Dershowitz and violinist Itzhak Perlman.

Epstein was arrested in July, 2019 and was indicted on charges that he had committed conspiracy to sexually exploit vulnerable girls. He died in prison in August 2019 and his death was ruled a suicide.

Closing arguments in Maxwell's trial took place on Monday and the jury is set to resume deliberations on Tuesday morning.

Newsweek has asked Clinton, Trump and Buckingham Palace for comment.

Photo Composite Shows Clinton, Trump and Andrew
A composite image shows former President Bill Clinton and Donald Trump and Prince Andrew. All three men have been listed in flight logs from Jeffrey Epstein's private plane. Getty Images