No longer can we call Jeffrey Epstein a "billionaire pedophile" or a "billionaire registered sex-offender." In a court document filed Monday afternoon following a bail hearing, the 66-year-old financier claims to be worth just over $559 million as of June 30, 2019.
He may even be less wealthy than Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.
Of note, Epstein has valued his 21,000 square-foot New York mansion at just under $56 million (which prosecutors say is worth $77 million), and his infamous "pedo island" (Little St. James) at $63 million - which he bought in 1998 for $7.95 million before performing major construction.
Epstein also says he has $194,986.301 in 'Hedge Funds & Private Equity' as well as $112,679,138 in equities.
BREAKING: Jeffrey Epstein self-reported more than $559 million to the bank, in a record that Judge Berman previously called unverified and unaudited.— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) July 15, 2019
The 18-page doc here. cc: @CourthouseNews https://t.co/OrsVD6502L pic.twitter.com/zSZu5ZnvtG
As Adam Klasfeld of Courthouse News points out, Judge Berman cited a study he cited "as to why Epstein's claims that he hasn't re-offended in 14 years provides cold comfort."
Also among the tranche of files that just hit the docket:— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) July 15, 2019
That study that Judge Berman cited as to why Epstein's claims that he hasn't re-offended in 14 years provides cold comfort.
What happens after 15 years. pic.twitter.com/dFOVaCf9SY