Mystery Surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s Private Island and ‘Security Boxes’ in Rooms No One Could Enter
Billionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein reportedly had a steel safes in rooms on his private island that no one was allowed to enter.
Epstein was recently arrested on charges of sex trafficking of minors and mystery surrounding his wealth and private islands are once again in the spotlight.
The Florida billionaire acquired an exorbitant amount of wealth and Wall Street insiders and money managers still aren’t clear what Epstein’s businesses entailed.
Epstein owned two private islands, private jets and expensive properties in New York, Florida and New Mexico, to name a few.
A former worker on St. James Island told Bloomberg that Epstein had two security boxes in two rooms that was so secretive, people weren’t even allowed to enter the rooms.
The FBI should be able to ask a judge for access to the rooms and the security boxes because it appears there is more than just money in those rooms.
The crew of groundskeepers and other workers sported black or white polo shirts when the master was in residence — and darted away when they spied him. The former employee said they had to obey one ironclad rule: Epstein could never catch sight of them.
Among the other oddities of being employed there, the former staffer said, was Epstein’s interest in “pirate treasure.” Not gold doubloons, but old rum bottles and crockery that workers would come across. If you found an old rum bottle, Epstein would pay $100 for it. An unbroken plate was worth $1,000. A broken plate, as long as it was more than half intact, would fetch $500.
The only unusual aspect of the main residence the former worker said he was aware of were the security boxes in two offices. The level of secrecy around a steel safe in Epstein’s office, in particular, suggested it contained much more than just money, he said. Outside of an occasional visit by a housekeeper, no one was allowed in those rooms.
Here is a photo of a bizarre temple with a gold roof on Epstein’s island:
But seriously, what's up with this weird temple thing on Jeffrey Epstein's private island? pic.twitter.com/njxfg2HahN
— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 9, 2019