This is Little St. James, the 'pedophile island' where Jeffrey Epstein received Prince Andrew or Donald Trump

Next to that of Jeffrey Epstein, several names of well-known personalities are making headlines in the international press these days for allegedly participating in one of the most scandalous cases that is shaking up American society. The former president of the United States Bill Clintonthe singer Michael Jackson and the presenter Oprah Winfreyamong others, appear in the documents linked to the movements that occurred on Little St. James Island, the epicenter where all the perversions were perpetrated.

Information about this location, known as “the island of pedophilia”, emerged thanks to declassified court reports in connection with a defamation lawsuit filed by Virginia GiuffreEpstein's first whistleblower, against Guislaine Maxwell, his ex-lover and partner. The documentation records not only some of the activities that took place on the island, but also emails and statements from some victims and witnesses.

Also nicknamed “orgy island” traveling by private plane Lolita Express, owned by Epstein, which transported him and his guests, among whom were faces from the worlds of politics, culture, entertainment and fashion. Everything that happened there was kept in the strictest confidentiality, as stated in the strict confidentiality clauses to which the employees were subject, who had to keep their distance from what was happening in this place.

From a theater to a temple and three beaches

On this island Epstein built houses, two swimming pools, villas, cabins, three private beaches and a theater. It also had a dock to dock boats, a gas station and a heliport. The millionaire used to transport the minors by helicopter and yacht.

It is striking that the island also It had a small temple built between 2009 and 2013. Although some speculation suggests it could have been a synagogue due to Epstein's Jewish religion, this has never been confirmed.

Erase the horror: the islands were sold

Epstein's islands, including Little St. James, sold for $60 million (about 55 million euros) to an investment group led by billionaire Stephen Deckoff last May 2023. The businessman bought Little St. James in 1998 for 8 million dollars (7 million euros), and in the year In 2010 he decided to establish his permanent residence there. He acquired a second island, Great St. James, in 2016 for 20 million (€17.9 million).

The billionaire tycoon was arrested in a New York jail in July 2019. on charges of sexual abuse and trafficking of dozens of girls in the early 2000s and, a month later, he took his own life by hanging himself in his cell, after a series of “negligences and failures,” according to the US Department of Justice. She was awaiting trial for allegedly creating a minor sex trafficking ring. Most of them were around 14 years old, according to the Prosecutor's Office.

From Bill Clinton to Prince Andrew: those involved

The judge Loretta Preska, of the federal court for the Southern District of New York, ordered that as of January 1, the documents, until now sealed, and which include the identity of about 150 people, be made public. Among them, the physical Stephen Hawkingsinger and superstar Michael Jackson or the magician David Copperfield. However, it is worth highlighting that Being mentioned in the documents does not imply any type of guilt.

The deadline had been set to give anyone who opposed the publication of their name time to object. At least two people have objected and have until January 22 to explain their reasons. The first batch of documents, published last Wednesday, is around 1,000 pages in total. It was already known that the name of Prince Andrew would appear on the final list, whom Giuffre sued for sexual abuse and with whom she reached an out-of-court settlement. And also that of former President Clinton, whom Giuffre unsuccessfully tried to summon to testify. Clinton, against whom no charges are pending, appears on the passenger lists of Epstein's flights to different countries. However, his possible presence on one of the financier's islands is unclear, something that Giuffre claims but he denies.

Epstein was arrested in July 2019 on charges of sexual abuse and trafficking of dozens of girls. in the early 2000s. The billionaire took his life by hanging himself in his New York jail cell in August 2019 after a series of “negligences and failures,” according to the US Department of Justice. He was awaiting trial for allegedly creating a child sex trafficking ring in his mansions in the Big Apple and Florida. The youngest girls were 14 years old, according to the Prosecutor's Office.