Jeffrey Epstein's 2 Private Islands Going on the Market: Report


Jeffrey Epstein’s two private islands are being listed for $125 million, according to a report.

The Wall Street Journal reported the properties in the U.S. Virgin Islands were a “key piece” of Epstein’s list of international properties.

The outlet noted the larger of the two islands, Great St. James, is “largely untouched,” citing listing materials.

The smaller island, Little St. James, includes a helipad, private dock, gas station, two pools, main residential compound, four guest villas, three private beaches, a gym and tiki hut, according to marketing materials, as the Journal reported.

Daniel Weiner, an attorney for the Epstein estate, told the outlet the proceeds from the sale will be used to resolve outstanding lawsuits and regular costs for the operations of the properties. It will also be “subject to tax authorities, creditors and other claimants, including liens placed on the properties by U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George.”

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According to Weiner, roughly $121 million of his estate has gone toward compensation for victims of sexual assault by Epstein.

The Journal mentioned Epstein’s purchase of Little St. James in 1998, citing court records. Epstein purchased Great St. James in 2016 for nearly $20 million.

In August of 2021, Epstein died in a New York prison as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges.

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