Netflix genuine crime addicts now have a new series in the shape of Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, which includes the first-person stories of late financed victims, as well as legal evidence of the trial where the convicted person has been found guilty of sex offending.
The managing producer Joe Berlinger of the Netflix series told the Guardian that it was the “greatest example I have saw of someone using their money and power to counter the subject’s reporting and to make an awful bargain.”
Everything You Need To Know About Jeffrey Epstein’s Net Worth
Following Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest in July 2019 on accusations of sex trafficking, federal authorities revealed the amount of money he had. As of June 30, 2019, $559,120,954 were placed in a paper from an unrelatable financial institution. It comprises around 195 million dollars in private hedge funds, 112.7 million dollars in shares, 56.5 million dollars in cash, and 14.3 million dollars in fixed revenue.
A comprehensive portfolio is also available, including a New York House (which was photographed in 2010 by Prince Andrew), a five-bedroom apartment property in Florida, a New Mexican ranch, the Caribbean Islands (called ‘Pedophile Island’ and ‘Orgy Island’ by residents), and a Paris home.
Besides the assets, Epstein has been found to include at least 15 cars, including a Bentley, a Hummer, seven suburban SUVs, at least two aircraft, one of which was sold in June 2019. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services revealed.
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Two days before Jeffrey Epstein’s death in New York prison by suicide, Epstein had written a new testament, bringing its net worth at $577,672,654, up to $18 million from his assets earlier. This listings his brother Mark as his only heir and makes it easier for lenders or alleged casualties to go for them to trust the money that retains assets privately.
Forbes said: “Clearly everyone will be able to present their claims and sue the estate because all that he did was transfer his assets to a revocable trust so that there are clear transfers intended to prevent, disappear or delay creditors,” about the matter. Oshins & Associates manager Steve Oshins said of this to Forbes.
However, after claiming to be mistreated by Epstein, other women sued the estate for damages. Lisa Bloom, Attorney General: “Give his victim his whole inheritance, it is the only justice they can receive. And they deserve it. And they deserve it. And I plan to fight for it on behalf of the victims of Epstein I represent.”