Jeffrey Epstein’s former home on the island of Little St James. Epstein’s estate agreed to pay the Virgin Islands government US$105 million in cash and half of the proceeds from the sale of Little St James. Photo: TNS
Jeffrey Epstein’s former home on the island of Little St James. Epstein’s estate agreed to pay the Virgin Islands government US$105 million in cash and half of the proceeds from the sale of Little St James. Photo: TNS

Jeffrey Epstein’s estate reaches US$105m settlement with US Virgin Islands

  • Epstein’s two islands – Little St James and Great St James – in the Virgin Islands will also be sold as part of the agreement
  • The estate also will pay US$450,000 to repair damages on Great St James where authorities say he removed the ruins of colonial-era historical structures of slaves

Jeffrey Epstein’s former home on the island of Little St James. Epstein’s estate agreed to pay the Virgin Islands government US$105 million in cash and half of the proceeds from the sale of Little St James. Photo: TNS
Jeffrey Epstein’s former home on the island of Little St James. Epstein’s estate agreed to pay the Virgin Islands government US$105 million in cash and half of the proceeds from the sale of Little St James. Photo: TNS
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