Compensation fund for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims is APPROVED but they can’t sue Ghislaine Maxwell  | Daily Mail Online

The compensation fund for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims has been officially approved – with no limit on how much each victim can get.

The late pedophile’s victims will be able to put in their claim for a stake of his $634million estate on June 15 when the program is set up.

But to do so the women will have to give up their right to sue Epstein’s alleged co-conspirators.

They will also have to provide proof of their allegation and anything to corroborate it to make their claim as strong as possible.

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New Images of Epstein’s Little St James Island

Jen found these photos from the late ‘90s of Little St James Island before it was owned by Jeffrey Epstein.

During this time, it was rented partly to holidaymakers.

We’ve also just received some more information about the island and it will be discussed in our next podcast.

This was all yours from $3000 USD-a-night

The blurb from Dick Zebo Caribbean says: “Crowning the private island retreat of Little St. James is a magnificent vacation villa where coral stone walls, sweeping arches and gothic columns frame 360 view of aquamarine waters.”

It was priced at $3000 USD-a-night for two people, which included all meals and on-site staff.

Inside the island’s main house

“Richly decorated, spacious interiors boast fine European antique furnishings. Inviting lounge areas and floor-to-ceiling louvered doors open to patios fringed with colorful tropical gardens, backdropped by the sea,” the website reads.

Guests could “explore the island, snorkel along your private shores or take a boat ride to nearby islands of St. Thomas, St. John or Jost Van Dyke.”

The property was sold in 1999 to Jeffrey Epstein by venture capitalist Arch Cummin.

The dead pedophile bought the larger St James Island in 2016 but this was not owned by the Cummin family.

More on Tuesday’s episode of The Prince and the Pervert Podcast.

Proof of Prince Andrew’s ‘alibi’ for the Virginia Roberts incident lie in a Sidcup police office | Daily Mail Online

Documents that could make or break Prince Andrew’s ‘alibi’ for the night he is alleged to have had sex with a sex-trafficked teenager are gathering dust in a police office.

A former Royal protection officer at Buckingham Palace told The Mail on Sunday in February that he believed Andrew may have returned to the Palace in the early hours of March 11, 2001 – the night in question.

If Andrew did return, it would contradict his claim of being at home at Sunninghill Park in Berkshire all evening after earlier taking his daughter Beatrice to a party at Pizza Express in Woking.

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Jeffrey Epstein: Seven Remaining Mysteries—and Disturbing Revelations | Vanity Fair

As Bryant and her crew traveled from a public beach to Epstein’s dock, they found themselves being ambushed. “All of a sudden out of nowhere these ATVs come barreling down the side of his island, and these men with guns came after us and shooed us off,” she told Vanity Fair. 

“That was a scary experience. The island was still being run by his employees at the time. That was an interesting ‘don’t mess with us’ [signal].

Even though he’s behind bars, he’s still controlling things. That’s the kind of guy he was. He intimidated people and people were loyal to him.”
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Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich director breaks silence on disturbing revelations |

But these reviews and things are starting to come out. It is interesting since the trailers came out that we’ve received some interesting letters, some threatening letters from people who are involved in the case, warning not to defame them. They don’t even know if they are in it. So it’s interesting how the high-powered people are still trying to influence the media here. And it’s not gonna happen.
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