10 February 2020
FRONT 14 — Millions of dollars that were sent from the estate of disgraced billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein into a bank he owned – but appeared to never have operated as a business – has raised questions from a judge overseeing a court case over his remaining assets.
In a hearing yesterday in the Virgin Islands over the disgraced financier’s remaining assets, Judge Carolyn Hermon-Purcell told lawyers representing his estate she wasn’t satisfied with their account of large sums being sent to a bank first set up by the pedophile in 2014.
The judge has been tasked with assessing Epstein’s assets and possibly creating a victims’ fund for the women he assaulted.
In documents presented to the judge, transactions show a series of multi-million dollar payments from Epstein’s estate to his bank, Southern County International, after his death. […]