Epstein’s Florida mansion is vandalized with ‘gone but not forgiven’ message in red paint – to look like blood – The Sun

Epstein’s Florida mansion is vandalized with ‘gone but not forgiven’ message in red paint – to look like blood – The Sun

July 17, 2020

JEFFREY Epstein's Palm Beach mansion has been graffiti'd, pictures show.

A picture shared by TMZ shows bright red paint across a white fence in front of the house.

The words, dripping like blood, read: "GONE BUT NOT FORGIVEN."

Epstein allegedly assaulted dozens of teenage girls at the Florida house.

This is at least the second time someone has left graffiti on the gates of Epstein's home, The Palm Beach Post reported.

The first time graffiti appeared was shortly before he died in a New York City federal jail in August 2019.

Graffiti appeared on the house as Epstein's estate remains tied up in lawsuits from multiple women who have made allegations against him.

Harrowing police interviews with Epstein's victims revealed the alleged abuse.

Epstein signed a Last Will and Testament just two days before he killed himself while awaiting trial.

In the will, Epstein's $577million net worth was designated entirely to his brother Mark.

He listed his executors as lawyer Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn.

The estate may be forced to pay cash settlements to the victims, however.

In March, Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's alleged "pimp," filed a complaint demanding Epstein's estate pay her legal and security costs, claiming he promised to bankroll her for life.

Maxwell, 58, was recently arrested and faces charges for conspiring to entice girls as young as 14 to engage with illegal sex acts with Epstein from 1994 through 1997.

Prosecuting lawyers allege she groomed young women to be sexually abused by Epstein, by taking them on shopping sprees and to movies.

The acts were alleged to have taken place at Epstein's properties in Florida, New York, New Mexico, and Maxwell's London home.

Maxwell's defense lawyers have said the indictment against her is "meritless."

She plead not guilty to charges on Tuesday this week, and was denied bail after it was claimed she posed as a journalist to buy a $1million hideaway.

Maxwell is held on $5million bond.

It's believed she was placed on suicide watch at prison, as she was made to wear paper clothes.

US Attorney General William Barr has vowed that Maxwell will not be allowed to die in jail like Epstein.

Barr said he was "livid" when Epstein died.

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