Jeffrey Epstein's $636M estate laid bare in new inventory papers

Jeffrey Epstein's massive fortune has been laid bare in new inventory papers filed on Friday for his estate in the Virgin Islands

Jeffrey Epstein's massive fortune has been laid bare in new inventory papers filed on Friday for his estate in the Virgin Islands

Jeffrey Epstein's massive fortune has been laid bare in new inventory papers for his estate, revealing the dead pedophile owned 15 LLCs valued at $426 million, had two US Virgin Islands worth $86 million and held onto a 1964 dune buggy.

However, his sizable art collection still needs to be appraised, as well as his jewelry, watches and furnishings, which could increase the overall value of his estate. 

The inventory was filed on Friday as part of Epstein's probate court case in the Virgin Islands, where he owned neighboring islands Little St. James and Great St. James. 

The judge has been tasked with assessing Epstein's assets and possibly creating a victims' fund for the dozens of women he assaulted.

The 100-page document covered Epstein's cars, islands, collectibles and various companies he owned, including 15 wholly owned LLCs that amounted to $201 million. 

LLCs are designed to disclose limited public information.

ISLANDS: The inventory was filed on Friday as part of Epstein's probate court case in the Virgin Islands, where he owned neighboring islands Little St. James (pictured) and Great St. James, combined worth $64 million. Epstein's high-security islands were a hub for his illegal activities, prosecutors claim

ISLANDS: The inventory was filed on Friday as part of Epstein's probate court case in the Virgin Islands, where he owned neighboring islands Little St. James (pictured) and Great St. James, combined worth $64 million. Epstein's high-security islands were a hub for his illegal activities, prosecutors claim

RANCH: Epstein's Zorro Ranch in Stanley, New Mexico, is worth $17.7 million. The 100-page document covered Epstein's cars, islands, collectibles and various companies he owned

RANCH: Epstein's Zorro Ranch in Stanley, New Mexico, is worth $17.7 million. The 100-page document covered Epstein's cars, islands, collectibles and various companies he owned

BIZARRE ART: Epstein's sizable art collection still needs to be appraised, as well as his jewelry, watches and furnishings, which could increase the overall value of his estate. Pictured: A painting of Bill Clinton hangs in a room of Epstein's NYC mansion

BIZARRE ART: Epstein's sizable art collection still needs to be appraised, as well as his jewelry, watches and furnishings, which could increase the overall value of his estate. Pictured: A painting of Bill Clinton hangs in a room of Epstein's NYC mansion 

The Miami Herald reported that among the LLCs was Southern Financial, LLC, which was valued at $176.9 million. The outlet notes it doesn't appear to have been mentioned in any previous filings.  

The papers note that five of the LLCs still need to be further assessed, potentially increasing the estate's value. 

The reason is because some of the LLCs hold titles to various aircraft that Epstein owned, including his 2007 Gulfstream G-550 that has a value of $17 million; a 2001 Bell helicopter worth $1.2 million; and a 2008 Sikorsky S76C helicopter worth $3 million. 

Not mentioned in the papers is Epstein's infamous Boeing 727, which he dubbed the Lolita Express and where he allegedly ferried underage girls to his home in Palm Beach, Florida, his ranch in Mexico and other destinations. 

Epstein also wholly owned 10 corporate entities, which have a combined value of $426.2 million. Several of these entities hold Epstein's properties around the world.

His island Great St. James is valued at nearly $23 million, based off the property's most recent tax assessed value in 2019, while his neighboring island Little St. James is valued at $63 million.

Epstein's high-security islands were a hub for his illegal activities, prosecutors claim.

HELICOPTER: The papers note that five of the LLCs still need to be further assessed, potentially increasing the estate's value. The reason is because some of the LLCs hold titles to various aircraft that Epstein owned, including his 2008 Sikorsky S76C helicopter worth $3m (pictured)

HELICOPTER: The papers note that five of the LLCs still need to be further assessed, potentially increasing the estate's value. The reason is because some of the LLCs hold titles to various aircraft that Epstein owned, including his 2008 Sikorsky S76C helicopter worth $3m (pictured) 

PRIVATE PLANES: Not mentioned in the papers is Epstein's infamous Boeing 727 (pictured), which he dubbed the Lolita Express and where he allegedly ferried underage girls to his home in Palm Beach, Florida, his ranch in Mexico and other destinations.

PRIVATE PLANES: Not mentioned in the papers is Epstein's infamous Boeing 727 (pictured), which he dubbed the Lolita Express and where he allegedly ferried underage girls to his home in Palm Beach, Florida, his ranch in Mexico and other destinations.

He is said to have bought Little Saint James in 1998, importing 200 workers, building a stone mansion, two guest houses, a helipad and a bizarre gold-domed structure that resembles a temple. 

Known by locals as 'pedophile island', Epstein is accused of bringing underage girls to the island to rape them and perform forcible sex acts on them.

It was also on the islands that most prominent accuser Virginia Roberts said in

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