Epstein Sold 'Lolita Express' Weeks Before Arrest: Court Document | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Epstein Sold 'Lolita Express' Weeks Before Arrest: Court Document

A curious footnote has appeared in a court filing by Jeffrey Epstein's attorneys suggesting that the registered sex offender sold his infamous Boeing 727-200 weeks before his Satuday arrest on suspicion of sex-trafficking minors.

While arguing for why Epstein should be allowed to remain under house arrest pending trial, his attorneys made the case that the wealthy financier would "deregister or otherwise ground his private jet," with the footnote reading "Mr. Epstein owns one private jet. He sold the other jet in June 2019," placing the sale just weeks before his July 6 arrest upon his return from Paris in his Gulfstream G550 according to Bloomberg.

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