The missing French millionaire and model agency tycoon who “disappeared like a ghost without a trace” can be found on the flight logs of Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane, nicknamed “The Lolita Express.”
Jean-Luc Brunel’s name can be found several times on the archived logs, which were submitted to a court during Epstein v. Edwards, a civil suit in which Esptein sued the attorney who represented several underage girls in a civil lawsuit against Epstein in 2009. Edwards later sued Epstein for malicious prosecution. That case was settled out of court in 2018, before any of Epstein’s accusers could testify.
“The Lolita Express” has been subject to a great deal of controversy, and it is said that Epstein flew underage women on the plane to his private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands, formally known as Little St. James, but informally known as “Orgy Island.”
As The Rundown reported Monday:
Brunel, who founded New York City’s MC2 modeling agency, said he was never involved in any of the crimes Epstein committed. But we may never find out for sure, as Brunel is unavailable for comment due to his ill-timed disappearance.
“Investigators are making enquiries in Brazil, the US and Europe and French prosecutors are also pursuing claims relating to the financier, who died aged 66 before he could face the latest allegations,” Daily Mail said.
Brunel denied any wrongdoing related to Epstein’s crimes.
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