Kevin Spacey admits to flying with Epstein, Bill Clinton and a group of "young girls"

The actor told Piers Morgan that he had joined the humanitarian trip to Africa at the behest of Bill Clinton

By Gabriella Ferrigine

Staff Writer

Published June 12, 2024 2:59PM (EDT)

Kevin Spacey attends the Franco Nero and Kevin Spacey read Gabriele Tinti's poems event at Palazzo Massimo alle Terme on December 16, 2023 in Rome, Italy (Ernesto Ruscio/Getty Images)
Kevin Spacey attends the Franco Nero and Kevin Spacey read Gabriele Tinti's poems event at Palazzo Massimo alle Terme on December 16, 2023 in Rome, Italy (Ernesto Ruscio/Getty Images)

Kevin Spacey during a recent sit down with British conservative media personality Piers Morgan admitted to having previously flown with Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced financier, convicted sex offender and accused human sex trafficker. 

Speaking on "Piers Morgan Uncensored," the actor — who formerly faced a slew of sexual assault charges by numerous men — stated that he traveled with the late Epstein, former President Bill Clinton and a group of "young girls" on the Lolita Express, a nickname for Epstein's private jet. Spacey told Morgan that he met Epstein after Clinton asked him to join them on an AIDS-related humanitarian trip to Africa, claiming, “I didn’t know [Epstein]. I have never spent any time with him. I was with the Clinton Foundation people, that’s who I was with.

“I have since learned who he is and I have since been able to go back and find out that the airplane that we flew on for this humanitarian mission was owned by Jeffrey Epstein," Spacey said. 

“I didn’t want to be around this guy because I felt he put the president at risk on that trip to South Africa, because there were these young girls,” he added. “We were like, ‘Who is this guy?’”