Prince Andrew ‘flew on Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet with “sex slave” aged 17’

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Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot has claimed Prince Andrew flew with the paedophile’s “sex slave” Virginia Giuffre on several occasions, according to reports.

In court testimony, 66-year-old aviator David Rodgers claimed one trip saw the pervert, the Prince and the then 17-year-old Virginia head to the US Virgin Islands.

Rodgers’ legal deposition marks the first time anyone has alleged Andrew and Virginia were on the Lolita Express plane at the same time.

The airman also claimed in a sworn deposition Andrew was aboard several times, including two flights with Virginia.

He says the Virgin Islands flight took place on April 11, 2001 with Ghislaine Maxwell among the passengers.

Rodgers’ also alleges the Duke was on a flight on March 31, from Santa Fe, New Mexico to Florida.

New Mexico is where Epstein’s secretive Zorro Ranch is.

Rodger claimed others passengers on the 22-seat Gulfstream jet included Epstein, Maxwell and Virginia.

His evidence says he once flew Epstein, ex-US President Bill Clinton and Andrew together.

The deposition to Virginia’s lawyers was released 12 days ago.

It is among more than 2,000 court documents relating to a settled defamation case involving her and British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.