Authorities have discovered a sort of “temple” on infamous creep Jeffrey Epstein and his private island.
According to sources at NBC, the structure known as the “temple” was constructed via submitted plans to the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Resources but it’s not even remotely the same building. It’s adorned with gold-painted statues and allegedly involves several conspiracy theories.
It’s hard to believe this creep managed to get away with his dirty deeds for so long. Ultimately, however, I hope that he has some major dirt on the left-leaning deep state.
As reported by Daily Caller:
At least one alleged victim, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has claimed she was abused on the island while still a minor. In a 2015 lawsuit, she claims that she had been forced to participate in “an orgy with numerous other under-aged girls” and to have sexual relations with Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, according to the Guardian.
It is unclear whether Epstein and his guests used the “temple” as a site to abuse minors. In the plans submitted to the Department of Planning and Resources in 2010, the building was going to act as a pavilion housing a grand piano, according to NBC. Epstein has been described by friends as a talented pianist.
However, the building is located on the southwest corner of Little St. James, far from any other structures, and questions remain why Epstein would build a music room in such a remote part of the island, according to Business Insider.
“It’s styled like what you might see on a castle, with what appears to be a reinforcing lock bar across the face,” contractor James Booth told Business Insider. “What makes it peculiar is that if you wanted to keep people out, the bar would be placed inside the building, [but the] locking bar appears to be placed on the outside … as if it were intended to lock people in.”