(Tea Party 247) – You may recall that the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein owned a very infamous private island in the US Virgin Islands called Little St. James.
It is more commonly known by its local nicknames, however, “Orgy Island” and “Pedophile Island.”
Epstein’s exploits were well-known in the area, and rumors of what went down at his mysterious private island have escaped via word-of-mouth by multiple sources, including locals who were employed there.
Now, the US Virgin Islands is suing the estate of the late billionaire.
The government of the U.S. Virgin Islands alleged in a lawsuit on Wednesday that the late Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused young girls on islands he owned.
Filed by Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise N. George, the lawsuit broadens the scope of alleged wrongdoing by Epstein, referring to crimes allegedly committed at his Virgin Islands properties from 2001 to 2018.
Last year, Epstein died while awaiting trial for several counts of child sex trafficking, after years of allegations as much were hurled against him (although you wouldn’t have known from the mainstream media, who seem to have deliberately avoided picking up the scandalous story.)
His lawyers claimed that, after his conviction for soliciting an underage girl for prostitution in 2008, he was otherwise law-abiding.
It seems far more likely that his lucrative child sex ring raged on, with the help of his “madame” Ghislaine Maxwell, who remains at large.
UPI explains further of the lawsuit:
Epstein owned two islands, valued at $86 million, one named Little St. James, which he regarded as his private enclave. The lawsuit said girls ranging in age from 12 to 17 were “deceptively lured” and recruited “with money and promises of employment, career opportunities and school assistance” to the estate, where sexual acts of rape and abuse of minors” occurred. They were then forced “to recruit others to perform services and engage in sexual acts, a trafficking pyramid scheme.”
The suit mentions an incident in which “a 15 year old victim was forced into sexual acts with Epstein and others and then attempted to escape by swimming off Little St. James Island. Epstein and others organized a search party that located her and kept her captive by, among other things, confiscating her passport.”
It adds that airport personnel reported seeing Epstein arrive in the company of what appeared to be underage girls as late as 2018, and that in 2018 he refused to allow an investigator from the Virgin Islands’ Department of Justice, routinely monitoring Epstein because of his status as a sex offender, onto the Little St. James property.
Prosecutors in New York have said their investigation continues, despite Epstein’s death. The Virgin Islands lawsuit appears to be the first filed against Epstein in that jurisdiction, although over a dozen women have filed lawsuits against Epstein’s estate.