Epstein estate’s bills, employees going unpaid over ’insufficient funds’

Epstein estate’s bills, employees going unpaid over ’insufficient funds’

Lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein’s $600 million US Virgin Islands estate said liens imposed by the local attorney general have left them unable to pay the estate’s bills. The co-executors Darren K. Indyke and Richard D. Kahn’s lawyers wrote that several payments, including for electricity and pest control, have been returned for ’insufficient funds’. They’ve asked the court to strike the liens down.

Timothy
Timothy
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 0 months

The funds were probably transferred to a George Soros account.

Matt
Matt 0 months

good anyone working there doesn't deserve to be paid

T3hGladiator
T3hGladiator 0 months

That's alright, most of the employees probably knew what was going on and did diddly squat.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 0 months

I really don't have any sympathy for them, it was dirty money.

john
john 0 months

Have a yard sale!

Mutatis
Mutatis 0 months

Unless they have been charged with a crime, related to the proceedings for which the liens were imposed, the employees should be paid for services rendered.

Scruffy Stoat
Scruffy Stoat 0 months

Can you just imagine what going through that place with a black light would be like? There's probably semen from half of the world's leaders in there... including Merkel's.

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