Sodom and Gomorrah: Inside Jeffrey Epstein’s private island
It blows our minds that sex islands exist in the modern world, yet Jeffrey Epstein’s Little St. James was something straight out of a dystopia. Epstein acquired the island in 1998 from a Mr. Arch Cummin. We can’t find information on Mr. Cummin, but if you ask us the name sounds fake. What we do know is that the island was Epstein’s primary residence and an abuse haven.
Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island was elaborate
Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island had a main house, three guest cottages, a caretakers cottage, a private desalination system, a helipad, a dock, and over 70 employees. All the employees on Epstein’s sex island were told to maintain secrecy regarding what happened on the island. Countless visitors would come and go to the island, including famed scientist Stephen Hawkings.
Victims on Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island were subject to countless abuses
What took place on Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island is slowly starting to make it’s way into the public thanks to the victims speaking out. Virginia Roberts was a former sex slave of Epstein’s and claims that she was repeatedly abused at Epstein’s sex parties, and even needed to go to the hospital for internal bleeding on multiple occasions. Roberts didn’t know if she would even survive the abuse she endured.
Roberts says that Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew, and up to eight other young girls, including herself, would have sex at a time. Other victims have shared their stories of how they were raped and trapped on the island by force. There’s even been allegations of secret underground lairs made below a blue temple-like structure, that allegedly has no doors.
Jeffrey Epstein’s island might have been the center of his human trafficking scheme
Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island was also supposedly used to traffic women between various destinations. Virgin Islands Attorney General, Denise George, has filed a lawsuit against Epstein and his associates for engaging in a “trafficking pyramid scheme”, that was based out of the Virgin Islands.
Some of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims were held hostage on the island
Another Victim, Sarah Ransomen, had her passport stolen by Ghislaine Maxwell when she was brought to Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island. Ransomen tried to swim off the island, but was caught and brought back. Since the abuse took place on an isolated island, the only means of escape was by helicopter or boat, a luxury none of the victims had.
One of the hostesses on Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express”, Chauntae Davies, was groomed into giving Epstein massages. She claims that she tried to put on a brave face while giving Epstein the massage, but before she knew it he had grabbed her and pulled her towards his bed. She tried to pull away, but Epstein seemed to be excited by her resistance and proceeded to rape her.
Dozens of other anonymous accusers have stepped up at Jeffrey Epstein’s court hearing, standing in solidarity against the heinous abuses that took place on Epstein’s sex island. Although Epstein was the orchestrator, there were countless other wealthy and famous individuals that would visit the island and partake in the pedophilic orgies that Epstein reveled in.
The rich and famous came to Jeffrey Epstein’s island to unwind
Victoria Secret models were even shipped onto the island. Disgraced CEO of the franchise that owns Victoria Secret, Les Wexner, was also seen on Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island. Other rich and famous people seen on the island include Bill Clinton, David Copperfield, and Claudia Schiffer.
Locals started hearing rumors of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island
Locals from other islands had also noticed the vast number of underaged girls that would be shuttled on and off Epstein’s sex island. Girls as young as 11 were seen on Epstein’s sex island prison. The island was so infamous that it had nicknames like “Island of Sin”, “Pedophile Island”, and “Orgy Island”.
Although the full details of what took place on Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island may never surface, what the victims have brought forward in court is disgusting enough. There are supposedly still employees working on the island to this date and a full investigation has not been done