Accused Jeffrey Epstein Enabler Les Wexner Nabs Greg Norman’s Estate for $60 Million


Accused Jeffrey Epstein Enabler Les Wexner Nabs Greg Norman’s Estate for $60 Million

The Victoria’s Secret tycoon has been accused of aiding and abetting Epstein.

An estate belonging to pro golfer Greg Norman has sold for about $60 million. According to The Real Deal, the Jupiter Island property which was listed at $59.9 million went to the Wexner Family. Less Wexner and his wife Abigail have been embroiled in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.

Les Wexner, the reported buyer, is the mogul behind Victoria’s secret. The 83 year old business tycoon recently found himself accused of being a participant in Jeffrey Epstein’s cabal of child rapists. Last month he and his 59 year old wife Abigail were sued for allowing Epstein to use their home for his liaisons with underage girls.

The Daily Mail cited a formal complaint which stated that, “Over a period of many years, the convicted and now-deceased sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein, had a close social and financial relationship with Mr. Wexner and his wife, defendant Abigail S. Wexner.”

“Another victim, Maria Farmer, has accused Abigail Wexner of acquiescence while Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell sexually assaulted her in the New Albany compound [belonging to the Wexners] and, effectively imprisoned her there and kept her under security guard,” says the lawsuit.

“Mr. Wexner knew or should have known that Epstein was using his relationship with the Wexners and to the Company to recruit aspiring models by posing as a recruiter and lying to them about his ability to get them Victoria’s Secret assignments,” says the complainants.

The 32,000 square foot estate is located at 382 South Beach Road on Jupiter Island, Florida. It was first listed last month. According to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the estate stretches on an 8.31-acre, ocean-to-Intracoastal Waterway lot and is called “Tranquility.” iThe property has a main house, coach house, pool house, tennis house, boat house, carriage house and beach house. The paper explains that the Normans completely rebuilt the main, pool and beach houses, and all other areas of the estate have been extensively remodeled.

It is a “Cape Cod/cottage” style house with 10 bedrooms, 12 full baths and six half baths. The two-story main house is entirely newly built. It comes with two 1,900-bottle wine cellars, entertainment space, a bar, catering quarters and a movie theater. There’s also a trophy room, elevator, living room with fireplace, SieMatic kitchen, two offices and two basements totaling 5,792 square feet, which house the theater and wine cellars, along with bathrooms.

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