‘There were these young girls’: Kevin Spacey dishes on flying with Bill Clinton aboard Epstein’s plane

Scandalized star Kevin Spacey’s appearance on the flight logs of the infamous “Lolita Express” had the actor owning up to the details involving former President Bill Clinton, “young girls” and Jeffrey Epstein.

Tuesday, a lengthy discussion with the eponymous host of “Piers Morgan Uncensored” saw the two-time Oscar-winning entertainer addressing the sexual assault charges that had drummed him out of the limelight.

As the conversation evolved, Spacey was asked about being connected to the similarly scandalized Prince Andrew and a 2002 trip to Buckingham Palace that placed him in pictures beside since-convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell.

During the exchange with Morgan, the actor emotionally explained how Clinton had invited him on an eight-day humanitarian trip to Africa without any knowledge of whose plane they were aboard before the journey extended into an invite from the royal.

“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,” he offered before adding of the dead sex offender’s former girlfriend, “I have no relationship with her. I had no relationship with him. I mean, he’s not my friend. I’m not a confidant. I’ve never spent time with him.”

As he explained it, the 2002 trip to Africa where he had the opportunity to meet Nelson Mandela, “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.”

An invite to Clinton from Prince Andrew saw Spacey brought along to the palace where 18 other people were in attendance including Maxwell, who would be photographed seated side-by-side with the actor in the throne room.

“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 Jeffery Epstein,” it was explained to Morgan before the actor added that at the time he was concerned about how the flight and association with Epstein could harm Clinton. “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?'”

Earlier this year, troves of released documents related to Virginia Giuffre’s lawsuit against Maxwell included Spacey’s name alongside the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, George Lucas, Michael Jackson, Bruce Willis, and, of course, former President Bill Clinton.

The claims were a little hard to swallow for some who challenged his body language as well as the details of his self-professed concerns.

Since acquitted of some of the sexual misconduct allegations brought against him and reporting to Morgan that he has no money and owes “many millions” in legal fees incurred from defending himself, the actor made one point abundantly clear about his connection to the illicit enterprise of Epstein.

“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,” argued Spacey, “and not remembering whether I went to somebody’s island.”

The entirety of the interview can be viewed below via the “Piers Morgan Uncensored” YouTube channel:

(Video Credit: Piers Morgan Uncensored)

Kevin Haggerty

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