No. Heidi Klum has denied EVER having anything to do with the late Jeffrey Epstein.
On Thursday, July 30, court documents related to the ongoing criminal case against Ghislaine Maxwell were made available to the public. Included in the trove of documents was a transcript of a 2011 telephone interview between Virginia Roberts Giuffre and her attorneys, in which she claimed she had seen America’s Got Talent judge Heidi Klum, among other celebrities, traveling on Epstein’s private jet.
However, Daniel S. Passman, Heidi’s lawyer told E! News, “Any reference to Heidi Klum in connection with Jeffrey Epstein is totally false. Heidi Klum’s name and initials were absent from all the flight logs which were released. Many high profile people are listed, but Ms. Klum is not one of them… The explanation is simple. She has never been on any of Mr. Epstein’s planes. And that is because she did not know Mr. Epstein and was never on his island.”
Giuffre probably THOUGHT a slim, blond, Germanic looking model she saw on Epstein’s jet was Heidi. But it was probably another similar looking model. That Heidi’s name never appeared on any of Epstein’s notorious flight logs is telling. Mistaken identity. It happens.
Additionally, Heidi expressed sympathy for Epstein’s victims in a statement to People magazine. “I have been watching the news and see that I have been mistakenly named as a passenger on one of Mr. Epstein’s flights. I did not know Mr. Epstein and therefore have never been on his planes, at his homes or his island. I am speaking up as I do not want to be falsely associated with Mr. Epstein and the horrific story surrounding him,” Klum claimed. “I stand with the victims who have so bravely come forward and I too want the truth to come out and for justice to prevail.”
Jeffrey Epstein died of suicide in a New York City jail cell in August 2019, according to a medical examiner. The disgraced financier was awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges, in which he plead not guilty.