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WorldEmployees on Jeffrey Epstein's private island compound say they had to stay out of sight of the financier and were never allowed in his office

04:45  14 july  2019
04:45  14 july  2019 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

Trump's Longtime Friend Jeffrey Epstein Arrested For Sex Trafficking Minors in Florida, New York

Trump's Longtime Friend Jeffrey Epstein Arrested For Sex Trafficking Minors in Florida, New York A witness reportedly saw FBI agents knock down 66-year-old Epstein's Manhattan townhouse door at roughly 5:30 p.m. local time on Saturday evening. The American billionaire, who is a registered sex offender, is expected to appear in Manhattan federal court on Monday to face charges related to allegations he sexually assaulted more than 30 girls, according to the sources. The arrest comes roughly two weeks after the Department of Justice declined to dismiss his non-prosecution agreement from 2008, despite a federal judge ruling the document illegal.

Jeffrey Edward Epstein (born January 20, 1953) is an American financier and registered sex offender. Epstein began his career at the investment bank Bear Stearns, before forming his own firm

Jeffrey Epstein , the financier facing sex-trafficking charges in New York, has been described by prosecutors as a man of enormous wealth: He owns a million mansion on the Upper East Side, a million estate in Palm Beach, Fla., a private island in the Caribbean and a private jet, they said .

Employees on Jeffrey Epstein's private island compound say they had to stay out of sight of the financier and were never allowed in his office A structure on Little Saint James Island, in the US Virgin Islands, seen on July 9, 2019.

Employees on Jeffrey Epstein's private island compound in the US Virgin Islands say they had to stay out of the wealthy financier's sight when he was in town and were never allowed inside his office, according to a report from Bloomberg.

Epstein, who was charged with sex trafficking on Monday, bought Little St. James Island off of St. Thomas more than two decades ago, turning it into a massive compound he routinely visited over the years.

Locals on St. Thomas called it "Pedophile Island," according to the Associated Press. And now staff from the private island have detailed what it was like working for Epstein on his numerous visits.

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An employee who reportedly worked at Jeffrey Epstein ’ s secluded Caribbean island claims the Outside of rare visits by housekeepers, no one – the employee claimed – was allowed to enter the Epstein started transforming Little St. James Island after he bought it more than two decades ago

The Mystery Surrounding Jeffrey Epstein ’ s Private Island . Tourists still take boats out to get a glimpse of the island , where, according to a former employee , Epstein hosted young women Few here doubt that Epstein is wealthy. He routinely touched down on St. Thomas aboard his private jet

One former worker said that staffers were required to wear black or white polos when Epstein was in town, and, according to Bloomberg: "Epstein could never catch sight of them."

The former staffer said he knew of two security boxes on the island, both located in two of Epstein's offices.

Per Bloomberg:

"The level of secrecy around a steel safe in Epstein's office, in particular, suggested it contained much more than just money, he said. Outside of an occasional visit by a housekeeper, no one was allowed in those rooms."

Many workers told the Associated Press that they had to sign non-disclosure agreements to work for Epstein.

One told AP that Epstein once had five boats, and he would transport up to 200 workers a day from St. Thomas to the island for construction work.

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Nude Photos of Girls Seized From Jeffrey Epstein Mansion Investigators seized nude photographs of young women from the Manhattan townhouse of Jeffrey Epstein as part of a new investigation into allegations he exploited dozens of minors for sex, prosecutors revealed on Monday. 

Mr. Epstein is routinely described as a billionaire and brilliant financier , and he rubbed elbows with the powerful, including former and future presidents. Mr. Epstein ’ s wealth may have depended less on his math acumen than his connections to two men — Steven J. Hoffenberg, a onetime owner of The

Jeffrey Epstein , the financier facing sex-trafficking charges in New York, has been described by prosecutors as a man of enormous wealth: He owns a million mansion on the Upper East Side, a million estate in Palm Beach, Fla., a private island in the Caribbean and a private jet, they said .

The man said he saw a handful of young women on the property, but believed they were older than 18.

"When he was there, it was keep to yourself and do your thing," the man said of Epstein.

Another odd detail was Epstein's taste for "treasure," which he paid employees for. Epstein would reportedly pay employees hundreds of dollars to bring him old rum bottle and plates found on the island.

It's unclear when or if Epstein will ever return to the island. He is currently being held at Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan while awaiting an upcoming bail hearing.

He was charged on Monday with sex trafficking and conspiracy. In the indictment, prosecutors alleged that Epstein molested girls as young as 14 in a sex trafficking operation that ran from at least 2002 to 2005. Epstein has pleaded not guilty.

The big names in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Black Book:' Trumps, Clintons, Prince Andrew, Bill Cosby, Woody Allen, more on accused sex trafficker's phone list.
Also in Epstein's address book is supermarket mogul Ron Burkle, Chelsea Clinton, former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and John Kerry, and media titan Rupert Murdoch, New York magazine noted.

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