Epstein estate reaches $105M settlement with US Virgin Islands, denies liability, fault
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The U.S. Virgin Islands has reached a settlement with the estate of late financier and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The Epstein estate will pay more than $105 million in cash to the territorial government — the culmination of years pursuing the estate for damages related to his alleged operation of a sex abuse compound on his private islands, Great St. James and Little St. James.
Both islands are set to go up for sale as part of the agreement, with half of the sale price to be paid to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
JEFFREY EPSTEIN DOCUMENTS TO BE UNSEALED, POTENTIALLY REVEALING ACQUAINTANCES, JUDGE ORDERS