"Jane," one of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell's youngest alleged victims, testified Wednesday that she was taken to Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort when she was 14 years old to meet the former president.
Now an adult, Jane said Epstein drove her to Trump's sprawling members-only club in a dark green car in 1994.
She didn't provide details of the meeting, nor was she asked to by defense attorney Laura Menninger.
Trump banned Epstein from his Palm Beach estate for hitting on the teenage daughter of a member, according to the book The Grifter's Club: Trump, Mar-a-Lago, and the Selling of the Presidency.
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The Epstein ousting took place more than two years after a grand jury charged the late disgraced financier with soliciting prostitution but months before he pleaded guilty in 2008 to state criminal charges in Florida, including paying for sex from a 14-year-old girl.
Jane, testifying under a pseudonym, also said she remembered Prince Andrew being on private flights with her.
The British royal has been under fire for his friendship with Epstein and is the subject of a separate lawsuit from Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claimed Epstein and Maxwell forced her to have sex with him three times, starting when she was 17 years old. Her claims are not part of Maxwell's criminal trial.
Defense attorneys sought to poke holes in Jane's testimony, suggesting to jurors her story had changed over the years.
Maxwell, the 59-year-old daughter of British media mogul Robert Maxwell, faces six counts of trafficking-related charges, including enticing minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts. She is also accused of conspiracy, including using one of Epstein's alleged victims to recruit other girls to participate in "paid sex acts with Epstein." She's also charged with perjury for allegedly lying under oath during depositions in a civil lawsuit against her.
Maxwell has denied the accusations against her. If convicted, she could spend 80 years behind bars.
She claims she was a victim and pawn in Epstein's seedy sexual exploits, but prosecutors say she was a willing participant who recruited and groomed young girls to have sex with Epstein and his high-profile friends.
Epstein killed himself in a New York prison in August 2019, a month after he was arrested.
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Maxwell was arrested in July 2020 in her New Hampshire estate.
On Tuesday, Epstein's private pilot told jurors that Trump, former President Bill Clinton, tech mogul Bill Gates, actor Kevin Spacey, and multiple U.S. senators had flown aboard Epstein's Boeing 727.