Mansion where Jeffrey Epstein 'abused young girls' bought by ex-City banker for £36million
A FORMER top City banker has snapped up the US mansion in which Jeffrey Epstein is said to have abused young girls.
The dead paedo’s pal Prince Andrew is also said to have slept with a sex slave at the property.
Michael Daffey, 55, got the Manhattan mansion, with 40 rooms on seven floors, for £36million — well below the asking price of £63million.
A source said he plans “a complete makeover, physically and spiritually”.
Mr Daffey is retiring to New York with a Bitcoin fortune.
The Australian spent the past year in Britain at Goldman Sachs in charge of trade in Europe after Brexit.
Cash from the sale will go into a compensation fund for Epstein’s victims.
The 66-year-old killed himself in jail awaiting trial for sex trafficking.
Prince Andrew, 61, denies any wrongdoing.
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