Kevin Spacey admitted: On that plane was me, Epstein, Clinton and a group of young girls

Kevin Spacey as a guest on Piers Morgan's show / Jeffrey Epstein and his colleague Ghislaine Maxwell / Photo: Screenshot/YouTube/Profimedia

The American actor Kevin Spacey (64) was recently a guest on the British journalist's show Pierce Morgan (59), with whom he gave his first interview since he was accused of sexual assault in 2017.

Among other things, he confirmed that he was once on a plane with the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the former US president Bill clinton and a group of "young girls".

During the interview, published on Tuesday, he admitted that in 2002 he flew to Africa with the so-called Epstein's "Lolita Express" plane, where they were on an eight-day humanitarian mission.

The Oscar winner said he did not spend time with Epstein during that trip, but generally worked "with people from the Clinton Foundation." Spacey claims the convicted pedophile made him feel uncomfortable and believes the billionaire "put the president at risk" because "young girls" joined them on those flights.

Clinton and Maxwell in front of Epstein's private plane / Photo: Profimedia

The "House of Cards" star explained that Clinton invited him on a humanitarian mission to South Africa to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS.

"Primarily it was about AIDS awareness and prevention." "It was especially for mothers who have HIV, so our mission was to get them drugs to prevent transmission of the disease to their children, so I said, 'Yes, absolutely,'" Spacey explained.

Also, the actor claims that he didn't know who Epstein was at the time, but that the plane they were flying with was owned by him, so the meeting was inevitable.

"I didn't know him. I never spent time with him. I didn't want to be around that man because I felt he put the President of the United States at risk on that trip because those young women were there. We all had a similar reaction: 'Who is this man?' It made me feel uncomfortable," the actor said, and host Morgan asked him again if those young girls were with them on those flights.

"There were young girls on those flights, yes," Spacey replied, without elaborating.

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