Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion will be demolished

  • A real estate developer bought Jeffrey Epstein’s former Palm Beach home and plans to demolish it.
  • The property sold for $18 million, $4 million under asking.
  • It was one of six known luxury properties owned by Epstein.
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Jeffrey Epstein’s former Palm Beach mansion is planned for demolition, The Wall Street Journal first reported Monday.

The beachfront residence was first listed in July for $22 million, along with Epstein’s New York townhouse. The funds from the sales will contribute to Epstein’s estate, which will serve as a compensation fund for victims of Epstein’s alleged abuse, some of which took place at the Florida residence, according to the Miami Herald. It was one of six luxury properties owned by Epstein, who was arrested on sex trafficking suspicions in 2019.

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Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion.

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