'It was like camp with corny jokes': Air stewardess Epstein accuser tells how she flew with the pedophile, Bill Clinton, Chris Tucker and Kevin Spacey on the 'Lolita Express' to Africa and they all fell asleep watching a movie

Chauntae Davies, 40, recounted her five-day humanitarian trip to Africa in an interview with The Sun published Wednesday
The star-studded group traveled on Epstein's private jet, the Lolita Express
Davies, then 22, said she was shocked when she saw her A-list co-passengers
She said everyone quickly bonded after departure, likening it to a 'camp with the most unimaginable group of campers one could put together'
'Clinton was chiming in cracking jokes along with us, and we were all laughing and bonding over corny jokes,' she added
Many of Epstein's alleged victims have claimed that he used the plane to shuttle underage girls between his properties and that he organized orgies onboard
There is no evidence to suggest Clinton, Tucker or Spacey engaged in any sexual activities when they flew on the plane or that they knew of Epstein's crimes
Davies categorically denied that any misconduct occurred around Clinton and said he was a 'complete gentleman' the entire time

By Megan Sheets For Dailymail.com

Published: 11:35 EDT, 8 January 2020


An air-hostess on Jeffrey Epstein's private plane who has accused him of raping her has spoken out for the first time about her flight to Africa with the pedophile, Bill Clinton, Chris Tucker and Kevin Spacey in September 2002.

Chauntae Davies recounted the five-day humanitarian trip - part of a project for Clinton's foundation, which raised awareness about poverty and the AIDS crisis - in an interview with The Sun published Wednesday.
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