Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion is being demolished in the hopes of cleansing the area of his crimes.
Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach Estate Demolished
Epstein’s Palm Beach estate is no more after demolition began on April 19.
Say goodbye to Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach estate. A team of workers began demolition on April 19 and today it has been left in ruins.
The infamous Palm Beach mansion where Jeffrey Epstein sexually assaulted many of his victims has been reduced to rubble.
The demolition came 5 months after Florida developer Todd Michael Glaser signed a deal to buy the property for $18.5 million and committed to destroy the 14,000 square foot mansion.
The proceeds from the sale will go to a Victim Compensation Program, which will distribute the funds to some of Epstein’s victims.
Epstein had been locked up in a Manhattan federal prison for sex trafficking but Epstein committed suicide behind bars in August 2019.
Lawrence A. Moens, who is the Palm Beach realtor, told the Palm Beach Daily News that he only got into the case “to make sure he was wiped off the Palm Beach map.”