Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein’s estate slashes the price of his Caribbean ‘Pedophile Island’ | WATCH

PHOTO: Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislaine Maxwell. FILE

  • Listing agent for Epstein’s Caribbean islands has reduced the price 12% to $110 million for the two islands
  • The islands, Great St James and Little St James, can also now be purchase separately for $55 million each
  • In March the two islands were initially put on the market as a package deal for $125 million 
  • Little St James is the infamous ‘Pedophile Island’ where Epstein trafficked and abused underage girls 
  • Nearby Great St James is roughly twice as big, but is largely undeveloped
  • Attorneys for Epstein’s estate say proceeds from the sale will help resolve lawsuits and wind down the estate

The two Caribbean islands owned by late sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, including the so-called ‘Pedophile Island’ where he was accused of abusing girls as young as 11, have been reduced in price as his estate searches for buyers.

The two private islands in the US Virgin Islands, known as Great St James and Little St James, are now listed at $55 million apiece, or $110 million for the pair, representing a 12 percent price cut from the original asking price, the listing agent told the Wall Street Journal.

The two islands first hit the market in March as a package deal for $125 million. Real estate agent Adam Modlin of Modlin Group, told the Journal that several potential buyers have expressed interest, but that there was more interest in them individually than as a pair.

Attorneys for Epstein’s estate say that proceeds from selling the island will go toward resolving lawsuits and other outstanding costs in the winding down of the estate. The estate has already paid about $145 million out to Epstein’s victims.

Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein’s Caribbean properties go on the market | WATCH

Little St James is the infamous island where Epstein built his lavish compound to host orgies and traffic underage girls. Nearby Great St James, through roughly twice as big, is largely undeveloped, and Epstein purchased it primarily to keep tourists away from his hideaway.

Virgin Islands prosecutors in 2020 accused Epstein of bringing girls as young as 11 to the islands and sexually assaulting them. The disgraced financier died behind bars in 2019 at age 66 in what was officially ruled a suicide.

The two Caribbean islands owned by late sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, including the so-called 'Pedophile Island' (above) where he was accused of abusing girls as young as 11, have been reduced in price as his estate searches for buyers

The two Caribbean islands owned by late sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, including the so-called ‘Pedophile Island’ (above) where he was accused of abusing girls as young as 11, have been reduced in price as his estate searches for buyers

Great St James Island (above) is more than double the size of Little St James but is largely undeveloped

Great St James Island (above) is more than double the size of Little St James but is largely undeveloped

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