Teterboro airport hub of Epstein's sex-trafficking operation

Financier Jeffrey Epstein in court. REUTERS

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A small New Jersey airport was the hub of Jeffrey Epstein’s sickening sex trafficking operation.

According to the North Jersey Record, the late 66-year-old pedophile who had a twisted penchant for underage girls frequently flew from Teterboro Airport.

The jet-setting monster — who killed himself last week in his Manhattan jail cell — flew to exotic locales like his ranch in New Mexico, Palm Beach mansion and his private island in the Caribbean.

 

Epstein’s plane was dubbed the ‘Lolita Express.’

Now, the Record said he used his fleet of private jets to deliver scores of sex slaves to celebrities, royals and politicians.

Some of the girls were as young as 14.

Billionaire perv Epstein and the socialite accused of being his sexual procurer, Ghislaine Maxwell. GETTY IMAGES

Epstein recorded a staggering 730 flights in and out of the airport between 1995 and 2013, according to flight logs unsealed last week in federal court.

The billionaire hedge fund manager had a glittering coterie of powerful friends, including former president Bill Clinton and the current White House occupant Donald Trump.

Victim Virginia Roberts flew to and from the Jersey air hub at least eight times. The airport is also popular with celebs and high-flying executives.

“Teterboro is really an airport for the rich and famous,” Taina Bien-Aimé, executive director of the New York-based Coalition Against Trafficking in Women told the Record.

“The customers there are very privileged, and can pull strings that can lead to confidentiality.”

One of the creepy Epstein’s regular jet-setters was the woman accused of being his “pimp”: socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.

 

 

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