One of the most significant witnesses to Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes has reportedly gone “missing” since the courts started releasing previously unsealed documents last week.
Nadia Marcinko, né Marcinkova, is a child victim of Epstein’s who was taken by the pedophile when she was just 15 years old.
It is believed that Epstein groomed Marcinko into serving as an accomplice in his sex trafficking operation.
Marcinko stood by Epstein’s side for years after he brought her to the U.S. from Slovakia as a young teen.
She has been accused of recruiting other young girls to be abused by Epstein and his powerful friends.
However, Marcinko has never been charged and was granted immunity from prosecution in 2008 as part of Epstein’s non-prosecution agreement with Florida authorities.
She stayed loyal to him, visiting him at least 90 times when he was in a Florida jail.
Her lawyers deny that she ever helped Epstein, insisting she was only a victim.
Marcinko was thrust back into the spotlight last week and it was revealed that she pleaded the Fifth Amendment 42 during an Epstein-related deposition.
According to the New York Post, a source from Marcinko’s Upper East Side neighborhood said she has been missing for days.
The source told the Post that Marcinko went missing when the first batch of court documents involving Epstein were made public.
The model-turned-pilot, once known as “Global Girl,” is one of the most mysterious and elusive characters in the Epstein saga.
Epstein reportedly called her his “sex slave.”
According to reports and court documents, she spent years by his side, including jetting around on his plane — nicknamed “The Lolita Express’’ because of all the young girls he flew aboard it.
It’s never been clear, though, if she ever acted as his pilot after becoming an FAA-certified commercial pilot and flight instructor.
Marcinko began a career in real estate before turning to aviation.
Aviloop LLC’s address is the same as Marcinko’s current address on East 66th Street.
The address is at a building that’s long been owned by Epstein’s real estate developer brother, Mark Epstein.
Marcinko’s testimony, in which she invoked her right against self-incrimination dozens of times, was revealed Friday as part of troves of documents made public last week.
The document dump is from a since-settled 2015 defamation case that another victim, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, brought against Epstein’s now-convicted sex trafficking accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell.
Aside from Maxwell, Marcinko is believed to know more about Epstein’s crimes than anyone else.