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On Wednesday a lawsuit was filed by the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Justice against Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to seize the late billionaire’s two private islands, assets and businesses that he operated in the U.S. Territory
Epstein was found dead back on August 10, 2019 in his Manhattan jail cell. He is accused of bringing young girls to Little St. James which is his private island where he maintained a database to track these young girls availability and movement according to the lawsuit
The suit, which is the first filed against Epstein in the U.S. Virgin Islands, seeks to seize part of his $577 million fortune along with his two private islands, Little St. James and Great St, James. The combined worth of the two islands is estimated to be $86 million.
New disturbing details regarding Epstein’s sophisticated, super villain style sex trafficking operation on his private island of Little St. James are included in the 49 page civil suit documents.
Epstein lured young girls to his private island promising them good money for providing massages to himself and other famous friends. The island was only accessible via boat and helicopter and once the young girls arrived they were unable to escape and were allegedly subjected to “sexual servitude,” according to the lawsuit
According to Attorney General Denise George’s statement during a news conference, “This lawsuit focuses on conduct that happened here in the Virgin Islands in violation of Virgin Islands law. The conduct described in our complaint … betrays the deepest principles and values of the government and the people of the Virgin Islands.”
The lawsuit also seeks to stop Darren Indyke, Epstein’s executor, from creating a fund of Epstein’s assets which would compensate his victims in exchange for a sworn confidentiality agreement.
Attorney General George wants to halt the confidentiality agreement to prevent Epstein’s estate from protecting his reputation and his accomplices from the alleged crimes
Despite a 2008 plea deal in which Epstein agreed to register as a sex offender he continue to lure young girls to Little St. James where he had them perform sexual acts on himself and other guest of his island
George alleged that Epstein used “a complex web” of shell companies to hold properties, including Little St. James and Great St. James, at which the former financier engaged in human trafficking, forced labor, sexual servitude and other criminal behavior.
Through at least six corporate entities, Epstein “carried out and concealed his criminal conduct,” she said, adding that a toll-free, 24-hour hotline had been established (800-998-7559) for victims and the public to report on Epstein’s activities.
“We do need your help to see that justice is done now,” she said.