Jeffrey Epstein Palm Beach Mansion Reduced To Rubble

Jeffrey Epstein Palm Beach Mansion Reduced To Rubble
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL. — The mansion of deceased billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, has been demolished, TMZ is reporting Thursday morning.The now infamous Palm Beach mansion where Epstein was accused of sexually assaulting multiple victims has now been reduced to rubble.

According to TMZ:

The demolition came 5 months after Florida real estate developer Todd Michael Glaser inked a deal to buy the waterfront property for $18.5 mil. He vowed to obliterate the 14,000 square-foot mansion.

Proceeds from the sale will go to a Victims’ Compensation Program, which will distribute the funds to some of Epstein’s victims. Epstein had been locked up in a Manhattan federal jail for sex trafficking when he killed himself behind bars back in August, 2019.

Palm Beach real estate broker Lawrence A. Moens told the Palm Beach Daily News he only got involved “to ensure it would be wiped off the map of Palm Beach.”


Geo quick facts: Palm Beach County stretches from Florida’s Atlantic coast into the state’s rural center and includes the northern edge of the Everglades national park. Its coastline has numerous golf courses and sandy beaches. Industrialist Henry Flagler’s grand 1902 mansion in the town of Palm Beach is now a museum. Some of the town’s other Gilded Age mansions have tunnels that lead to the shore