Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach House Defaced : Gone But Not Forgiven
Jeffrey Epstein Palm Beach estate, where he allegedly sexually molested dozens of teenage girls which he lured in by money, just got defaced with a very powerful message.
The suppose victim left the strong message in a red paint, in front gate guarding one of Epstein’s former homes , which says “GONE BUT NOT FORGIVEN” TMZ reports it looked like blood.
The house has been tied up in litigation since the charges against Epstein were brought.
Jeffrey Epstein died in jail awaiting trial. Authorities say he hung himself, but a private autopsy raised questions.
Medical Examiner Cyril Wecht concluded it is virtually unheard of for 3 neck bones to break when someone hangs.
The house is a centerpiece of the allegations made against Epstein, where he brought numerous underage girls to the estate and sexually abused them.
Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s longtime girlfriend, is now in jail after being arrested for allegedly facilitating and participating in Epstein’s sexual abuse of minors.
She was arrested July 2 on charges of recruiting and grooming underage girls to be sexually abused.
Ghislaine mother Elisabeth says otherwise — the 74-year-old mom said her daughter was just another victim swept up in Epstein’s cycle of sexual abuse, having begun working for him as a teenager.
Ghislaine Noelle Maxwell is a British socialite, known for her association with financier.