Judge dismisses with Prejudice the Government of the United States Virgin Island Case Against Epstein Estate
In the legal filings to dismiss the case against the Epstein estate, it was found that on November 22,2023 the court was informed that the island had been sold.
"...on November 22 2023, the parties informed the Court that Little St James had in fact been sold, and there are no open disputes among the parties with respect to that sale."
Who bought the island?
Financier Stephen Deckoff paid $60 million for Great St. James and Little St. James through his SD Investments firm. Deckoff is the founder of Black Diamond Capital Management
The private islands that were the hornets nest in Jeffrey Epstein's abuse and trafficking of young women and underage girls will be turned into a resort destination by Deckoff. Great St. James and Little St. James had been in limbo since Epstein's death in 2019.
The good news:
Under a $105 million settlement reached last December, the U.S. Virgin Islands government is due to receive half of the proceeds from the sale of Little St. James — and use the money to establish a trust to fund support services and counseling for victims of sexual abuse and human trafficking.