Epstein’s Sex Slave Turned Pilot

Listen to our episode on Nadia Marcinko here: The Snake Pit: Epstein’s Pilot Sex Slave

Nadia Marcinko – CEO, Pilot aka Gulfstream Girl & Global Girl.

She is now an aviator and was also an international fashion model (apparently). Nadia founded in 2011 a company called Aviloop, which has a very creepy YouTube channel.

Source: Aviloop.com

She’s a smart woman but there’s nothing funny about Nadia’s life with Jeffrey Epstein.

According to Wired.com, she was known as Gulfstream Girl on social media. She is now named Nadia Marcinko and before that Nadia Marcinkova.

“In The Miami Herald last year, Julie Brown reported that Marcinko was “brought” to the US from (the former) Yugoslavia to live with an abusive man more than 30 years her senior when she was 15. It’s not hard to imagine she’s adept at survival,” says Wired.com.

“Epstein told people he had purchased her from her family in Yugoslavia.

Epstein bragged he brought her into the United States to be his Yugoslavian sex slave.“

Nadia now says she came to the US in 2000 to become a model.

Nadia in her model days. Source: Toronto Sun.

Wired added: “Nadia Marcinkova, by that name, first appeared in court documents, in Florida, about a decade ago. She was 22 then and had been in the US since 2000. She is one of the most prominent immigrants in the circle of Epstein, the accused child rapist and registered sex offender.”

Nadia was named as a participant in the sexual assaults Epstein committed and she may have been involved in soliciting victims for him. She was not prosecuted when Epstein was originally charged in 2008 because she had been underage and because it was beyond clear that she was a victim of Epstein herself.

But how far is too far if you’re a victim? Or you become a participant to the abuse. Were these Epstein Women associates or were they victims?

What’s the true story here? I have been grappling with this concept for months and I have decided the survivors get the final say. Survivor Virginia Roberts had this to say:

I think that settles the matter.