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Jeffrey Epstein wrote a will just two days before his suicide, placing $578 million in assets in a trust, a move which could complicate efforts to collect damages by women who say he sexually abused them.
By placing all of his assets in a trust, Epstein could shield their distribution from the public. He asked that Darren K. Indyke and Richard D. Kahn be appointed as executors, according to a copy of the will filed Aug. 15 with the court in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
So who are now the trustees that control the money? Epstein’s handlers, perhaps? Mossad?
Was he preparing himself for suicide? Did he become expendable once he signed over his money to other trustees? Or perhaps this was part of a plea agreement, where he would give up all his assets and live in secret exile in exchange for his testimony. There are many possibilities, and I don't think anyone will know for sure until we find out who the new trustees are.
In another article we read:
Jeffrey Epstein signed his will just two days before he hanged himself in his Manhattan jail cell — leaving behind a nearly $600 million fortune, according to court papers exclusively obtained by The Post on Monday.
The court document, filed in the US Virgin Islands, where the convicted sex molester owned two isles — including one that locals dubbed “Pedophile Island’’ — was filed Aug. 8.