A secluded cabin near a Michigan children's art school where convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his so-called "wife" Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly molested a young girl is available for rent.
The cabin in the northern Michigan town of Interlochen, once known as the Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge, was renamed the Green Lake Lodge after Epstein pleaded guilty to soliciting underage girls in 2007.
The first pictures of the now renamed cabin were received from the mirror.
In the 1990s, Epstein, the former billionaire, was a donor to the prestigious Interlochen Center for the Arts, a boarding school and visual arts camp in the quiet forests of northern Michigan.
Interlochen is one of the most expensive private schools in Michigan. Tuition alone costs around $ 38,000, according to MLive.com, while boarding costs nearly $ 60,000.
The cabin in the northern Michigan town of Interlochen, once known as the Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge, was renamed the Green Lake Lodge after Epstein pleaded guilty to courting underage girls in 2007
The picture above shows one of the guest rooms in the cabin in Interlochen, Michigan
Epstein was known to visit the cabin at least once a year as part of an agreement with a nearby children's art school
The cabin is available for rent by vacationers heading to Interlochen, a quiet, secluded town in the woods of northern Michigan
Students from the Interlochen Academy reported seeing Epstein and his alleged "wife" Ghislaine Maxwell on campus in the 1990s. Epstein and Maxwell can be seen up in New York in June 1995
The lodge was listed in Epstein's infamous Little Black Book, which included the names of some of his famous friends and associates, including Donald Trump, Alan Dershowitz, Harvey Weinstein's brother, Bob Weinstein, and Courtney Love.
The book also had the names of two students who had attended Interlochen.
Epstein's address book contained the entries "Michigan Home" and "Epstein Lodge" as well as the PO box and address for Interlochen and three local telephone numbers.
Among the graduates of the Interlochen boarding school are big names like singers Norah Jones and Jewel as well as actors Felicity Huffman and Terry Crews.
Epstein's connections to the school go back to 1967 when he attended the "national music camp".
According to The Daily Beast, Epstein took a class called “Bassoon / Orchestra / Radio.
Last month, a woman filed a lawsuit against Epstein's estate for more than $ 25 million.
The nameless woman, who claims that Epstein hired her as a 13-year-old student at Interlochen in 1994, was allegedly mistreated for more than four years.
The above picture shows a cabin common room in the remote town of Interlochen, in northern Michigan
The hut is located near the campus of the renowned Interlochen Center for the Arts
After Epstein pleaded guilty to sex trafficking in young girls in 2007, the school removed his name from the cubicle
The cabin also offers a deck overlooking one of the lakes in Interlochen, Michigan
She says the $ 25 million amount is intended to reflect "significant past and future pain and suffering."
The alleged victim, Jane Doe, claims to have suffered "terrible" rape and sexual assault from "emotional distress and loss of vitality" following "terrible" rape and sexual assault by Epstein.
The motion for more than $ 25 million in compensation is one of the first numbers to appear for individual claims against Epstein's estate.
Epstein & # 39; slowly began to show his pedophile ways while shopping with Doe and Maxwell. Instead of letting Doe choose clothes to wear, Epstein insisted that she choose and wear cotton underwear for young children, ”the lawsuit reads.
The first abuse occurred in a pool house when Epstein pulled the girl onto his lap and masturbated.
The attacks escalated to more severe sexual assault and rape that took place in his Palm Beach, New York mansions and on his ranch in New Mexico.
The court records claim Epstein introduced her to Donald Trump when she was 14 years old and said, "That's good, isn't it?"
The lawsuit alleges that the president "smiled and nodded in agreement".
Last month, a woman filed a $ 25 million lawsuit alleging that Epstein and Maxwell recruited her in the summer of 1994 at Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan, where she was studying singing (pictured).
The nameless woman's claims were brought in a civil lawsuit by DailyMail.com
During a hearing in Manhattan federal court last week, both sides said they could not agree on another route, and Judge Debra Freeman urged them to find out.
Judge Freeman canceled the prospect of holding the case like the others, but Robert Glassman, one of the woman's attorneys, said it was not in his client's best interest to do so.
In addition to the executors of Epstein's estate, the woman names Maxwell as the accused.
Given that there are already more than 100 potential applicants, a sizable portion of his $ 650 million estate is expected to be handed over as compensation.
Maxwell, 58, reportedly "regularly facilitated" the abuse and was "frequently present" when it occurred.
Epstein is also said to have tried to recruit two more young girls who were enrolled with Interlochen.
Melissa Solomon, a cellist who went to school when she was 14, claims to have known Epstein and Maxwell for six years but was never molested.
She said she broke up with them after refusing to recruit young girls for Epstein who were enrolled at Juilliard School in New York.
Solomon also turned down an offer to meet with Prince Andrew, according to Spiegel.
One of Epstein's alleged victims, Virginia Roberts, claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew – a claim the British King has denied.
Epstein is also said to have tried to recruit two more young girls who were enrolled with Interlochen – soap opera actress Nadia Bjorlin (left) and cellist Melissa Solomon (right)
Another Interlochen student that Epstein is said to have targeted is soap opera actress Nadia Bjorlin.
Björlin's mother said Epstein approached her daughter in 1994 when she was only 13.
"My daughter was a singer," said Fary Bjorlin.
“She was a baby. She was a thin little girl, not mature for her age.
"She was 13 but everyone thought she was 9 or 10."
Nadia Bjorlin is the daughter of the late Swedish classical conductor Ulf Bjorlin, who died the year before.
“Epstein was a big donor and he heard about Nadia and that her father had died so she was vulnerable and he contacted her. He said, "Here's my number," said Fary Bjorlin.
She said she met Maxwell, who then tried to arrange a meeting between Nadia and Epstein.
“I trusted Ghislaine, she was like a mother. She always called my house, ”said Fary Bjorlin.
But she became suspicious that an older man like Epstein was going to meet her young daughter. In fact, she confronted Epstein after Maxwell tried to arrange a meeting.
“What kind of man approaches a young girl and asks her to meet her?” Said Fary Bjorlin.
"Ghislaine didn't want me to meet Epstein, but I did it anyway and asked what he wanted with Nadia," said the mother.
Interlochen is one of the most expensive private schools in Michigan. Tuition alone costs around $ 38,000, while boarding costs nearly $ 60,000. The star alumna include singers Jewel (left) and Norah Jones (right).
He said he wanted to help her singing career. He said, "I want to be like a godfather." It felt scary. "
Fary Bjorlin added, “I kept Nadia away from him. She never met him alone. She never went anywhere with him. "
58-year-old Maxwell pleaded not guilty to helping Epstein recruit and subsequently mistreat three girls from 1994 to 1997 and to commit perjury in denying their involvement under oath.
She is currently in federal custody in Brooklyn.
Epstein was found hanged in a Manhattan prison last August at the age of 66 while awaiting trial for sex trafficking.
58-year-old Maxwell was an ex-girlfriend of Epstein who became a longtime member of his inner circle.
In a 2003 Vanity Fair article, Epstein was quoted as saying that Maxwell was his "best friend."
She is the daughter of the late British media tycoon Robert Maxwell, who founded a publishing company and owned tabloids such as the Daily Mirror.
After Robert Maxwell's mysterious death in 1991, it was revealed that he had looted hundreds of millions of dollars from retirement funds to prop up his crumbling business empire.
Desperate housewives star Felicity Huffman (left) and Brooklyn Nine Nine actor Terry Crews (right) also visited Interlochen
In the early 1990s Ghislaine Maxwell moved to New York, where she sold real estate. It was around this time that she began her romantic relationship with Epstein, a financier who lived in a lavish style and attended high society parties.
Some of Epstein's alleged victims said Maxwell lured them into his circle, where they were sexually abused by him and powerful friends.
From 1990 to 2003 Epstein financed the lodge as a donation to the school. Former Interlochen students remembered Epstein and Maxwell showing up on campus.
Epstein stayed at the lodge for a week in August 2000.
The school said it had no record of complaints against Epstein.
It has long been claimed that "the school's policy did not allow Mr. Epstein unattended access to students".
Epstein not only funded the scholarship lodge, but also hosted events for Interlochen alumni in his New York office as well as in his seven-story townhouse.
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