Lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein’s estate claim they are having trouble meeting their monthly costs as Virgin Island authorities accuse the estate of misusing funds, according to reports.
The US Virgin Islands attorney general is “crippling the administration” the estate lawyers claimed as they sought the release of funds frozen by the AG when she sued the estate in January claiming Epstein ran a decades-long sex-trafficking scheme from his private Caribbean island, ABC reported.
Estate lawyers argue that the dead pedophile’s liquidity dipped as low as $240,000 last month because of liens that the AG placed on the estate assets — worth $634 million — when she brought her case.
Meanwhile, the estate’s monthly costs to pay staff, property expenses and aircraft parking and maintenance are over $260,000, the outlet reported.
“In the event that the Attorney General’s intransigence continues, the Estate’s Co-Executors will no longer be able to continue to administer the Estate,” estate lawyer Christopher Kroblin wrote in