Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion will be demolished

PHOTO: Jeffrey Epstein was facing spending the rest of his life in prison when he died in jail in what was ruled suicide

The Florida mansion where Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused young girls has been bought by a real estate developer who plans to demolish it and start again, after three months languishing unsold.

The waterfront Palm Beach estate, just over a mile from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, went on the market in July for $21.995 million.

On Monday, Todd Michael Glaser, a Florida real estate developer, told the Wall Street Journal he has signed a contract to buy the property, and was due to close on it in December.

He plans to tear the property down and replace it with a 14,000-square-foot ‘Art Moderne home’, he told the paper.

‘Palm Beach is going to be very happy that it’s gone,’ he said.

The property has been locked up for over 18 months, since Epstein’s arrest, and has been graffitied with the words with the words ‘GONE BUT NOT FORGIVEN’ in blood-red paint.

His Palm Beach mansion, on El Brillo Way, has been sold to a Florida developer for a reported $18 million

His Palm Beach mansion, on El Brillo Way, has been sold to a Florida developer for a reported $18 million

The house has 170 feet of water frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway and space for a private dock

The house has 170 feet of water frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway and space for a private dock

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