Epstein Estate To Pay More Than $105 Million To U.S. Virgin Islands

  • Epstein’s estate must now repay more than $80 million in cash for one of his companies receiving tax benefits, which U.S. Virgin Islands officials told The Associated Press Epstein and his co-defendants “fraudulently obtained to fuel his criminal enterprise.”
  • Officials also said the Epstein estate must pay half of the proceeds from the 70-acre Little St. James island sale, which real estate professionals have listed for $55 million, and the 160-acre Great St. James island sale for another $55 million, to the Virgin Islands.
  • Authorities said Epstein had ruins of colonial-era historical structures of slaves removed from Great St. James, which will cost the estate another $450,000 in environmental repairs.
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