Buyers have their eyes on Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous islands

MIAMI — Pssst. Wanna buy an island? Among the many earthly possessions being sold off by the executors of Jeffrey Epstein’s estate are not one but two private Caribbean islands he owned. They’re caught in a tug-of-war between the estate, which says it is strapped for cash, and the attorney general of the Virgin Islands, who is making a move on all assets that once belonged to Epstein. McClatchy and the Miami Herald have learned there are multiple people interested in Little St. James and Great St. James, the two cays owned by the disgraced financier, the latter obtained by Epstein under questi…

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