Unsealed court documents show Epstein accomplice pleading Fifth Amendment 42 times

By Jen Krausz on
 January 7, 2024

Court documents unsealed on Friday revealed that a model-turned-pilot and suspected Jeffrey Epstein accomplice pleaded the Fifth Amendment 42 times during her testimony about him and others, including former President Bill Clinton, who was associated with the disgraced late billionaire.

“Have you witnessed improper sexual activity between Jeffrey Epstein and minors, while he was in the presence of Bill Clinton?” Nadia Marcinkova was asked.

"Fifth," she responded.

She also refused to answer whether she knew Clinton and whether she had ever been on a plane with him.

Clinton has not been charged with anything related to Epstein, but he is considered a "key person" in the case because of his close relationship with Epstein.

The unsealed documents were part of a 2015 defamation case Virginia Guiffre brought against now-convicted Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell.