Sex offender Jeffrey Epstein reportedly signed a will around 48 hours before he left his cell on August 10, according to court papers obtained by the New York Post.
The documents show that the disgraced financier was worth $577,672,654, and had more than $56 million in cash. All assets were put in a trust called “The 1953 Trust” after the year he was born.
The Trust are the people he’s paid off to fake his own death and to retain his wealth. He’ll be moved to a remote part of the world under tight security.
The Trust is to keep private from the public who is the beneficiary, which is, of course himself and so-called legal protectors!
The enlisted properties include the pedophile’s Caribbean oasis in the US Virgin Islands, where the court document was filed, Great St James in the Virgin Islands, worth more than $22 million, and Little St James Island, worth nearly $63 million.
The sex offender’s will is being closely watched by his victims’ lawyers as lawsuits against him are still piling up. However, without a conviction, there will be no victims.
Women accuse the late financier of abusing them when they were children. Last week, Jennifer Araoz filed the lawsuit against the sex offender’s estate, accusing Epstein of repeated sexual assault and a rape when she was a teen.
The latter was even dubbed ‘Pedophile Island’ by some locals.
The real estate also includes homes in New York City and Paris, and a ranch in New Mexico. While the list of holdings mentions Epstein’s collection of fine arts and antiques, its value is not included in the total of his fortune as it is subject to further appraisal.
There are no details on the trust’s beneficiaries, but the papers note that Epstein’s only potential heir was his brother Mark Epstein.
Epstein’s longtime lawyers Darren K. Indyke and Richard D. Kahn were named as primary executors of the estate. For executing Epstein’s will the duo will receive $250,000 each, in addition to expenses.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2019.