Jeffrey Epstein’s island has a slew of moniker, all of which are terrifyingly scary. Little St. James has a horrible reputation, with names like “Pedophile Island,” “Island of Sin,” and “Orgy Island.”
The moniker made sense after we understood what happened on Little St. James. Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted child sex offender, owned the island for over two decades and is accused of taking underage girls aboard his plane, the Lolita Express.
People have been hoping to catch a glimpse of Little St. James since Epstein’s arrest in August 2019. Some news organisations and videographers were able to capture images of the island and its unusual architecture. Here are some of Epstein’s infamous island’s creepiest photos.
A visitor and social media influencer gained access to Jeffery Epstein’s infamous Caribbean island, revealing what he discovered.
Andy Bracco chose to explore the abandoned island while on vacation in August 2020.
The YouTube travel blogger released “suspicious” footage from his vacation to the island, including a visit to Epstein’s temple.
He claimed his account was banned from TikTok after he published his clip there. He has now re-posted clips from his exploration, nearly a year later.
Who is Jeffrey Epstein and what is he accused of?
Jeffrey Epstein is a US financier who was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution in 2008.He was arrested on July 6, 2019 for sex trafficking minors in Florida and New York. Epstein was arrested on July 6, 2019 on sex trafficking charges. Court documents allege that at least 40 underage girls were brought to Epstein’s mansion for sexual encounters.
He was apprehended at the Teterboro Airport in Teterboro, New Jersey. The door to his Manhattan mansion is also claimed to have been smashed down by FBI investigators. In New York, he pled not guilty to accusations of child sex trafficking, and if found guilty, he could face 45 years in prison.
Here are some of the strangest and most disturbing details that have emerged over the years.
1. Rooms, Rooms, Rooms
Its blueprint contains five bathrooms and an incalculable number of bedrooms. In all, there are a total of 40 rooms distributed across seven floors.
2. Heated Sidewalk
The walkway outside the apartment is heated, which I had no idea was conceivable after decades of living in New York City, despite the fact that its abrupt reality is quite easy for me to accept.
3. Dramatic Proportions
Epstein seems to enjoy making huge things that didn’t have to be big. His reception room, for example, is two floors tall; I’m envisioning the house from Scarface’s final scene.
4. Human Chessboard
5. Weird Artwork
Epstein was also an eccentric art collector. He held an unique picture valued over $6 million in addition to his depiction of Bill Clinton in a frock. A artwork of a lady holding her exposed left breast hung behind Epstein’s desk, according to the source who talked to the Post.
6. Strange chair
A pair of YouTubers managed to capture a glimpse of Epstein’s island in 2019. Their video gave us a taste of how Epstein liked to decorate. It’s a bit strange.
7.Security guard at the dock
Even after Epstein’s arrest, security personnel continued to wander about the house for some reason. With such tight security and only one accessible pier, it might be best to stay as far away as possible to avoid becoming entrapped.
The island is only accessible by private planes and boats and is located in the tax haven of the US Virgin Islands.
The island, dubbed Little St James, was purchased by Epstein in 1998 and was seized by the FBI in 2019 as part of an investigation into alleged child sex trafficking.
According to a Vanity Fair investigation, despite being a registered sex offender, Epstein was still flying in underage females in 2019.
Epstein committed suicide in jail in 2019 for unknown reasons.