Trump-Epstein ‘Love Nest” Sells ‘On the Cheap’


Daily Beast: Jeffrey Epstein’s seven-story mansion in Manhattan, the home where he allegedly engaged in countless illegal sex acts with underage girls, has been sold to a mystery bidder for well below its initial valuation.

The asking price for the infamous home was set at $88 million—but, according to CNN, it was sold Tuesday for approximately $51 million. The funds from the sale will be handed over to the Epstein Victims’ Compensation Program, which has recently stalled payments because it was running low on money.

“We are eager to resume issuing compensation offers as soon as possible,” said Esptein estate attorney Dan Weiner. It’s the first time one of Epstein’s homes has been sold since his jail cell death in August 2019.


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  1. I’m confused. the mansion sold for nearly 30 million less than asking price to mysterious bidder. The funds from the sale go to his victims. Will there be any funds? Is this just another shell game? Senator Lee walked away from his ‘dream home’ (left it to the bank in foreclosure) his buddy and neighbor built for him when he left his law practice to ‘settle’ for his Senate seat around 2008!. His friend and builder picked it up in foreclosure for dirt cheap to resell.

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