Epstein was found dead in his cell in August 2019 while facing sex trafficking charges Sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein’s $600 million estate is bouncing checks to pay for basic upkeep due to a legal hold on his accounts, attorneys for the estate have said. Lawyers for Epstein’s $600 million estate told a U.S. Virgin Islands court on Thursday that liens imposed by the attorney general there leave them unable to pay bills to maintain his various properties, the Miami Herald reported. The filing asked the court to strike down the liens, or at least make exceptions to pay bills such as utilities and caretaker wages at the various properties in the estate. The estate’s probate matters are being settled in the Virgin Islands, where Epstein owned an island. He also owned multi-million properties in New York, Florida, and New Mexico. The filing stated that the estate’s lawyers have ‘had returned for ‘insufficient funds’ multiple payments for upkeep of the Estate’s properties (including electric bills and pest-control services).’ Little St. James Island, one of the properties of financier Jeffrey Epstein, is seen in an aerial view. Probate matters are for his estate being handled in the Virgin Islands Houses are seen at… Read full this story
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