• Exclusive images taken by DailyMail.com reveal how Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous Boeing 727, the so-called ‘Lolita Express’ has fallen into disrepair 
  • Epstein is accused of using the plane to transport his sex trafficking victims 
  • Once the height of luxury, it now sits mothballed beside a Georgia runway racking up thousands of dollars in storage fees
  • After taking its last flight in July 2016, it’s been corroding at a maintenance hangar at Brunswick Golden Isles Airport, costing around $1k a month in storage
  • The once-plush interior, including deep-pile carpets, throw blankets and fluffy pillows, is now infested with mold and mildew
  • There are creepy pointers to its notorious former occupant, including a garish red couch, mirrored walls, monogrammed tissues and a bottle of baby lotion
  • Other mundane items included bedding, toilet paper, water bottles and instant coffee
  • Federal aviation records reveal the aircraft has been unregistered since 2019, meaning it cannot be legally flown
  • The plane is currently on a ramp belonging to Stambaugh Aviation, an independent jet maintenance firm that has repaired numerous aircraft 
  • The firm’s joint owner Mark Stambaugh said: ‘As a father of two daughters, I’m not real thrilled with having it here. But I guess an airplane is just an airplane’