'Lolita Express' Masseuse Reveals Lurid Details from Jeffrey Epstein's Private Plane for the Rich and Powerful
Chauntae Davies was the air hostess on board the notorious "Lolita express," the billionaire's private jet at the center of an alleged sex scandal making lurid headlines across the world.
Sleazy Wall Street tycoon Jeffrey Epstein used “The Lolita Express” to ferry a bevy of beautiful young women. Among the passengers were Former President Bill Clinton and Britain’s Prince Andrew, both of whom deny any wrongdoing.
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In an INSIDE EDITION exclusive, Davies takes us inside the secret world of “The Lolita Express,” named for the controversial book and movie about a professor's infatuation with an underage girl.
“On almost every trip that I did go on there were young girls around,” she said.
Davies made several trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous “Lolita Express.” She said she was one of several young women who were hired to travel around the world to give massages or yoga instruction to Epstein and his rich and powerful friends.
When she was hired, she was a struggling 22-year-old actress. She once played a lingerie model in a movie called Exposed.
Davies worked as a masseuse on board the plane and said she never had sex with Epstein.
INSIDE EDITION’s Jim Moret asked her, “Did you ever think that maybe more was going on than simple massages?”
“Looking back, of course,” she replied.
Moret asked, “Was there a bed on the airplane?”
“Actually yes, there was,” she said.
On one memorable flight, she says she made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for passengers including Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey, actor Chris Tucker and, even Bill Clinton. They were all flying to Africa on a humanitarian mission and Jeffrey Epstein had given them the use of his jet.
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Moret asked, “So, you never gave President Clinton a massage?”
She laughed and said, “No, I didn't.”
Davies said when the plane landed in Africa, Clinton took her shopping she says nothing improper occurred.
“They had shut down a jewelry store for us and I helped him pick out a bracelet for Chelsea,” she said.
It was a jet set lifestyle, for sure, but she says she felt uncomfortable about being a part of the Epstein's collection of young women.
Moret asked, “So, on trips you saw young women and they didn't seem to have regular jobs and you started wondering ‘Why are they here?’”
“Yes, yes,” she replied.
Moret asked, “When you look back are there red flags that you should have seen at the time?”
“Definitely, yeah. Why fly anyone out to be a masseuse when there's plenty of masseuses in the same city that you're in?,” she replied.
Epstein served 13 months in prison for soliciting an underage girl for prostitution. Now, just looking at the front page headlines the scandal has generated brings Davies to tears.
She tearfully said, “To have to deal with that and then on top of it to defend my character, I'll have children one day and they'll read this.”
She wonders whether she'll ever be able to live down her time on “The Lolita Express.”
“More than anything, I just felt stupid. Yeah, I felt duped,” she said.
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