A secluded cabin near a Michigan children’s arts school where convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his so-called ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly abused a young girl is available for holiday rental.
The cabin in the northern Michigan town of Interlochen, which was once known as the Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge, was renamed the Green Lake Lodge after Epstein pleaded guilty in 2007 to soliciting underage girls.
The first images of the now-renamed cabin were obtained by the Mirror.
During the 1990s, Epstein, the billionaire former financier, was a donor to the prestigious Interlochen Center for the Arts, a fine-arts boarding school and camp located in the quiet woods of northern Michigan.
Interlochen is one of Michigan's most expensive private schools. Tuition alone costs some $38,000 while boarding costs nearly $60,000, according to MLive.com.
The cabin in the northern Michigan town of Interlochen, which was once known as the Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge, was renamed the Green Lake Lodge after Epstein pleaded guilty in 2007 to soliciting underage girls
The image above shows one of the guestrooms inside the cabin in Interlochen, Michigan
Epstein was known to visit the cabin at least once a year as part of an arrangement with a nearby fine arts school for children
The cabin is available for holiday rental for vacationgoers headed to Interlochen, a quiet, secluded town in the woods of northern Michigan
Students at the academy in Interlochen reported seeing Epstein and his alleged 'madam,' Ghislaine Maxwell, on campus in the 1990s. Epstein and Maxwell are seen above in New York in June 1995
The lodge was listed in Epstein’s notorious ‘Little Black Book’ that included the names of some of his famous friends and associates, including Donald Trump, Alan Dershowitz, Harvey Weinstein’s brother Bob Weinstein, and Courtney Love.
The book also had the names of two students who had attended Interlochen.
Epstein’s address book had the entries ‘Michigan Home’ and ‘Epstein Lodge’ as well as the PO box and address for Interlochen and three local phone numbers.
Among the graduates of the Interlochen boarding school are big names such as singers Norah Jones and Jewel as well as actors Felicity Huffman and Terry Crews.
Epstein’s ties to the school stretch back to 1967, when he attended its ‘national music camp.’
According to The Daily Beast, Epstein took a course titled ‘Bassoon/Orchestra/Radio.
Last month, a woman filed suit against Epstein’s estate for more than $25million.
The unnamed woman, who claims Epstein recruited her in 1994 when she was just a 13-years-old student at Interlochen, was allegedly abused for more than four years.
The above image shows a common room inside the cabin in the secluded northern Michigan town of Interlochen
The cabin is located near the grounds of the campus of the prestigious Interlochen Center for the Arts
After Epstein pleaded guilty to sex trafficking of young girls in 2007, the school removed his name from the cabin
The cabin also offers a deck that looks out over one of the area lakes in Interlochen, Michigan
She says the $25million amount is to reflect 'significant past and future pain and suffering'.
The alleged victim, Jane Doe, claims to have suffered extensive 'emotional distress and loss of enjoyment of life' after enduring 'horrific' rapes and sexual assaults at the hands of Epstein.
The request for compensation 'in excess' of $25million is one of the first numbers to emerge for individual claims against Epstein's estate.
Epstein 'started to slowly display his pedophilic ways when shopping with Doe and Maxwell. Instead of letting Doe pick out clothes she wanted to wear, Epstein insisted that she pick out and wear little children's cotton underwear', the lawsuit says.
The first abuse happened in a pool house when Epstein pulled the girl onto his lap and masturbated.
The attacks escalated to more serious sexual assaults and rapes which took place at his mansions in Palm Beach, New York and his New Mexico ranch.
The court papers claim Epstein introduced her to Donald Trump when she was 14 years old and said: 'This is a good one, right?'
The lawsuit claims that the President 'smiled and nodded in agreement'.
Last month, a woman filed a $25million lawsuit alleging that Epstein and Maxwell recruited her in the summer of 1994 at the Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan where she studied voice (pictured)
The unnamed woman's claims were made in a civil lawsuit obtained by DailyMail.com
During a hearing at Manhattan's Federal Court last week both sides said they have been unable to agree on a way forward and Magistrate Judge Debra Freeman told them to figure it out.