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Jeffrey Epstein’s Island Sold for $60M, Then Gets A Big Makeover

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The island of Little St. James, also known as Jeffrey Epstein’s “Pedophile Island,” has been purchased by billionaire Stephen Deckoff for $60 million.

He plans to transform it into a luxury resort and hotel, leaving the original buildings largely intact but making significant changes to their appearance.

Epstein had previously acquired the island and made extensive additions, but never significantly developed the second island he purchased. (Trending: Hollywood A-Listers Revealed In Epstein Court Documents)

“He hired a crew and said make it look like the Polynesian island. So they put palm trees in — he put in a fortune of money, but he didn’t care,” Jeffrey’s brother Mark Epstein said.

“This is what he wanted, and he turned the island into what he wanted it to be.”

“He told me he bought the other island,” Mark Epstein added.

“I said, ‘What do you need two islands for?’ He said if somebody else bought it, in a short period of time he’d been looking at McDonald’s arches [from the smaller] island.”

The recent news has brought Epstein’s associates and victims back into focus.

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