Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs on his aircraft, including his ‘Lolita Express’ jet, have been subpoenaed, sparking fear among the rich and famous who partied with the pedophile.
The Attorney General in the US Virgin Islands, where the billionaire had a home and is said to have carried out many of his horrific crimes, has demanded to see the logs which document the passengers on his aircraft.
The logs on his four helicopters and three planes span from 1998 until his suicide in prison last year.
Attorney General Denise George has filed a lawsuit against his estate alleging 22 accounts including human trafficking, aggravated rape, child abuse, neglect, forced labour and prostitution, The Mirror reported.
Ms George is also requesting to see any ‘complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct’ as well as personal notes made by the pilots.
The subpoena demands the names and details of anyone who worked for the pilots, interacted with Epstein and passengers who travelled with him.
Pilot David Rodgers has previously revealed logs from 2009 which showed Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey and Naomi Campbell were among those who flew on his jet.
It is not suggested they were aware of any wrongdoing by Epstein.
A source said: ‘The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note.
‘There is panic among many of the rich and famous.’
Lawyers for the victims said the logs released in 2009 did not include the flights of chief pilot Larry Visoki who had flown Epstein for more than 25 years.
It comes as a celebrity chef has been quizzed by detectives 20 years after he worked for Epstein – prompting renewed calls for Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI.
Adam Perry Lang, 51, opened the Barbecoa restaurant with Jamie Oliver in London in 2010 – and worked for Jeffrey Epstein between 1999 and 2003.
He is now ‘fully cooperating’ with the FBI investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by depraved billionaire Epstein, reported the Daily Mirror.
Attorney Arick Fudali, representing the victims, heaped pressure on Prince Andrew – who has been accused of stonewalling detectives.
Mr Fudali said: ‘We certainly hope that this may inspire other witnesses to come forward and help shed some light on Epstein’s dark scheme.’
American Mr Perry Lang catered for the Duke of York, 60, and flew with him in a private jet on two occasions – once in February 1999 and in May 2000.
Sources told the newspaper: ‘Perry Lang holds information on what took place. They will get as much detail as possible that will shape any interview they may one day have with the duke.’
Mr Perry Lang, who has been described as a decent man by victims, came forward after Virginia Giuffre, 37, wrote to ask him to be the ‘hero’.
His lawyer Lawrence Lustberg confirmed the chef was helping the FBI. Mr Perry Lang himself added: ‘We have absolutely always been available to the attorneys representing the victims.’
He previously denied being aware of any ‘depraved behaviour’ during his four-year term as Epstein’s chef.
Epstein, 66, killed himself while awaiting trial in a cell for underage sex trafficking last year.
Last month, Virginia Giuffre claimed Prince Andrew played a ‘guessing game,’ with British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell about her age before comparing her to his daughters.
The accuser spoke out in a documentary series, Surviving Jeffrey Epstein, claiming she met the royal in London, describing him as an ‘abuser,’ and ‘not the prince from the fairy tale stories you read’.
Ms Giuffre, who says she was trafficked by pedophile financier Epstein, alleges the duke had sex with her on three separate occasions, including when she was 17, still a minor under US law.
Andrew has categorically denied he has had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Ms Giuffre.
Maxwell is awaiting trial in the US after being charged with procuring teenage girls for Epstein to abuse. She denies this.
Earlier this year Prince Andrew said he was ‘angry and bewildered’ as he denied reports he was contacted about the Jeffrey Epstein investigation.
He said he would be ‘more than happy to talk’.