If you’ve been following the Jeffrey Epstein case and recent arrest of his former girlfriend and longtime associate Ghislaine Maxwell, you’ll be well aware of the utterly horrifying sex trafficking allegations made against the pair. Knowing this, would you be keen to drop over $100M on Jeffrey Epstein’s luxury houses?
According to CNN, two homes owned by the late financier are now for sale for a combined total of roughly $110M USD.
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The listing for Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion describes the sale as a “once in a life-time opportunity to own the largest single-family home in New York City.”
CNN reports that the seven-story home has 40 rooms, including 10 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. It features unobstructed views of Central Park and according to the listing “could easily present itself as a palatial consulate, embassy, foundation or once again house some of the world’s greatest works of art.”
Sounds appealing, but there’s one massive catch – court documents cite the property as one of the locations where Epstein allegedly sexually abused countless young women.
The same goes for Epstein’s Palm Beach property, which is currently priced at $21.9M USD. According to the listing, his Florida home has six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms, a pool and pool house as well as a staff house and three-car garage.
In the Netflix documentary Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, victims explain their encounters with Epstein at his properties including specific details about the decor and explicit artworks.
A video from a 2005 police raid of Epstein’s Palm Beach home showed the contents in closer detail, including “what appeared to be a dentist’s chair and cart or a multifunction facial machine, stocked with drills and other instruments, as well as a lamp,” according to Fox News.
Fox News reports that at his Upper East side mansion, investigators reportedly found “a locked safe [featuring a] trove of pornographic material apparently featuring young girls.”
It’s difficult to understand who would be interested in purchasing Jeffrey Epstein’s houses knowing the disturbing secrets they hold, but they are on the market and available to buy, nonetheless.
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