One of the four witnesses that appeared in court to testify against Ghislaine Maxwell on Wednesday claimed that she was introduced by Jeffrey Epstein to former President Donald Trump when she was just 14 years old.

The woman, who is being called Jane for her protection, claimed that she met Trump in the 1990s at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. Jane did not say whether Trump displayed any inappropriate behavior towards her or what she was doing at his resort.

Jane, and the three other women, accused Ghislaine of "grooming" them for Epstein and his rich and powerful friends and their alleged underground sex trafficking operation.

The 59-year-old British socialite, who is on trial for allegedly assisting Epstein in the recruitment and abuse of Jane and three other teenage girls in the 1990s, has rejected all allegations. She entered a not-guilty plea to the six allegations leveled against her.

Trump and his representatives have yet to comment on the allegations. Trump previously called Epstein a "terrific guy" during one interview. However, after Epstein was arrested, Trump changed his tune and stated that he wasn't a big fan of him.

 Jane also admitted to competing in a Miss Teen USA beauty contest in 1998, an event that was linked to Trump. It wasn't clear if this happened before or after the Mar-a-Lago meeting.

Jane said that she crossed paths with Trump a day after testifying that Maxwell taught her how to "massage" and sexually pleasure Epstein in explicit detail.

Jane also claimed that Epstein sexually assaulted her daily and that she took part in orgies with both Maxwell and Epstein in Epstein's opulent mansions in Palm Beach, Florida and New York City, as well as on his ranch in New York Mexico.

Apart from confirming that he had met Trump, Jane claimed that she had also met Prince Andrew when she flew aboard one of Epstein's private plane flights. Epstein's pilot, Larry Visoski, who testified on Tuesday, confirmed that he remembered meeting Jane on one of the flights. Visoski denied that he knew that Jane was a minor when he met her.

After it was revealed that Andrew and other high-profile figures such as former President Bill Clinton and Trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz flew on his planes, the flights became the subject of intense media attention. Clinton and Dershowitz have not been accused of sexual misconduct during the trial.