Sunday, February 23, 2020
Lawyers for co-executors of Jeffrey Epstein's estate, Darren K. Indyke and Richard D. Kahn, have filed documents in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands requesting that the imposed lien for criminal activity be lifted because they are unable to pay bills for the estate. Payments for several bills, including electricity and pest control for various properties, have been returned for 'insufficient funds.'
The lien, imposed January 31, was part of a civil enforcement action brought by U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George, expanded in February to name Indyke and Kahn as co-conspirators. She alleges that the co-executors conspired with Epstein to help him exploit minors and fears their involvement in the estate's proposed victims’ compensation fund. George said the lien was necessary to get an accurate inventory of the estate's assets.
See Brie Stimson, Jeffrey Epstein Estate's Bills, Employees Going Unpaid Over 'Insufficient Funds,' Lawyers say: Report, Fox News, February 22, 2020.