VIRGIN ISLANDS (PM) — Jeffrey Epstein’s will has been filed in the US Virgin Islands, and it reveals that he signed it Aug. 8 — two days before he hanged himself in his Manhattan jail cell, according to court papers exclusively obtained by the New York Post on Monday.
The multimillionaire convicted pedophile was worth $577,672,654, or about $18 million more than he previously affirmed in court papers while futilely trying to secure bail on federal sex-trafficking charges, the new documents reveal.
The 21-page filing includes a copy of Epstein’s death certificate from Aug. 15, five days after his suicide — and lists “Immediate Cause: Pending Further Study.’’
The city Medical Examiner’s Office has since ruled that Epstein killed himself, although that hasn’t stopped conspiracy theorists.
The 66-year-old bachelor’s will was filed with court officials in St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands.
Epstein owned two isles in the Virgin Islands worth a sum of more than $86 million.
Jeffrey Epstein had been sued by a multitude of sex accusers before his death, and the lawsuits are still accumulating.