Bombshell: Jeffrey Epstein Signed Will 2 Days Before His Alleged Suicide
It looks like billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein signed his will just two days before his alleged suicide took place, according to a Virgin Islands court filing. Seems just as suspicious as his “suicide,” doesn’t it?
The following is Epstein’s will, signed August 8, 2019, just two days before his alleged suicide. The documents also contain other related documents including a death certificate and affidavit swearing to that fact.
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Epstein left behind a nearly $600 million fortune, and the document was filed in the US Virgin Islands, where he owned two isles, one that was referred to as “Pedophile Island.”
According to the documents, he was worth about $18 million more than previously thought when he attempted to make bail at over half a billion dollars. Those documents indicate that his net worth was $577,672,654.
The New York Post reports:
He put all of his holdings in a trust, called The 1953 Trust, after the year he was born.
“It’s done that way for privacy reasons,’’ a city estate lawyer told The Post. “It’s pretty boiler-plate. It’s what we call a ‘pour-over will,’ which means everything pours over to a trust.
“What is more unusual is the date, the fact that all of this was done just days before he died,’’ said the source, who asked to remain anonymous.
“He could have thought, ‘I need to get my ducks in a row.’ ”
Federal prosecutors asked the judge who was overseeing the case against him to dismiss it in light of his death.
“Because Jeffrey Epstein, the defendant, died while this case was pending, and therefore before a final judgment was issued, the indictment must be dismissed under the rule of abatement,” the assistant US attorneys wrote judge Richard Berman.
There were two Brooklyn attorneys that witnessed the signing of Epstein’s will.
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One was Mariel A. Colon Miro, attorney for drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo’’ Guzman.
The New York Post adds:
The Post’s legal expert said Epstein’ s lawyers likely filed his will in the Virgin Islands to try to keep it “more private, because that is not where people would look.’’ In New York, “There is always a risk that it would be leaked.”
There are no details on the trust’s beneficiaries. The court papers note that Epstein’s only potential heir was his brother, Mark Epstein. But the will adds that Mark only had a claim to his brother’s extensive holdings if Jeffrey hadn’t left behind the document.
Epstein’s list of holdings in the new documents mainly mirrors what his lawyers previously filed when seeking bail for him, although they include two additions.
One lists “Aviation Assets, Automobiles and Boats,’’ a collection worth $18,551,700, and another involving Epstein’s famous, eccentric, sex-drenched art collection — “fine arts, antiques, collectibles, valuables,’’ according to the papers — which still needs to be appraised.
While the will is new, it is not clear whether it superceded another.
Its executors are two longtime Epstein employees: lawyer Darren Indyke and businessman Richard Kahn. A third man, Boris Nikolic, is listed as an alternate. The executors will receive $250,000 apiece for their work on the estate, in addition to “reasonable’’ expenses related to the job, the papers say.
So, now the question remains to be asked and that is how will those who began suing Jeffrey Epstein before his “suicide,” be able to recoup any money in this case? There are already plenty of lawsuits from victims and it appears that more are coming forth every day.
The timing of the will is indeed interesting.
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media