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Jeffrey Epstein’s Caribbean Islands List for $125 Million

Little St. James Island in U.S. Virgin Islands.

Little St. James Island in U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Two private Caribbean islands that belonged to Jeffrey Epstein, the late pedophile financier who died in jail, are on sale for $125 million.

The U.S. Virgin Islands property -- Great St. James and Little St. James -- spans about 230 acres (93 hectares), according to the listing, termed the “Jameses.” The smaller of the islands has a main residence, guest villas, a helipad, two pools and three beaches. The larger one, across the bay from St. Thomas, is largely untouched with a marine preserve known as Christmas Cove.