Epstein estate shells out $50 million to pedo-financier’s victims, but there’s strings attached
Over 100 accusers applied for payment from the Epstein Victims Compensation Fund after it was set up in the US Virgin Islands, where Epstein’s infamous private islands were located, last year.
Documents have revealed that the estate shelled out $49.8 million from the pot of cash to an unspecified number of victims between June and December 31. The payout comes with strings attached as women who gain compensation through the fund must agree to waive their rights to file lawsuits against the estate.Also on rt.com Unsealed court documents say Epstein madam Maxwell orchestrated underage ORGY for her and financier to watch
Court documents reveal that Epstein’s estate had assets worth $240.8 million at the end of last year, along with another $49 million cash on hand.
Meanwhile, a Gulfstream G550 private plane belonging to the convicted pedophile was sold for nearly $10.5 million in recent months. The sex offender’s art collection was also valued at nearly $339,000, according to the Miami Herald.
The status of Epstein’s notorious ‘Lolita Express’ Boeing 727 jet – on which former US President Bill Clinton was reportedly a frequent flier – is not known.Also on rt.com Sickly Bill Clinton reportedly ‘petrified’ Hillary will seek divorce over claims he visited Epstein’s ‘pedophile island’
Epstein was arrested in July 2019 and charged with sex trafficking by federal prosecutors. He was found dead in a New York jail cell the following month. His death was officially ruled as a suicide, however many have raised questions about the circumstances surrounding it.
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