US Virgin Islands Request Dubin Documents
Details of the documents
According to Bloomberg News:
The U.S. Virgin Islands has filed notices with a local court of its intention to serve subpoenas demanding that hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson-Dubin, hand over documents related to the territory’s expanding racketeering lawsuit against the estate of deceased sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Denise George, the attorney general of the Virgin Islands, sued Epstein’s estate and six related companies in January, alleging violation of the territory’s civil racketeering law. George is seeking unspecified damages, forfeiture of Epstein’s private island in the territory and restitution for his sexual abuse victims.
In the notices, filed Sept. 3 and made public on the court’s website Tuesday, the Dubins will have 30 days, once they’ve been served with the subpoenas, to hand over any documents they may have from 1998 until the present that detail their financial transactions with Epstein and their travel to Epstein’s properties in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Glenn Dubin’s name is spelled “Glen” in the documents.