Jeffrey Epstein signed a will a few days before his suicide. The abuse suspect entrusted around 578 million dollars (more than 521 million euros) in assets to a so-called trust, according to documents held by the New York Post newspaper.
By entrusting the assets to such a trust, Epstein potentially complicates attempts by alleged victims who want compensation.
A significant number of lawsuits are taken into account by women who claim to have been abused at a young age.
The wealthy Epstein's assets included money and real estate, such as his home in Manhattan and private islands. Epstein has appointed two men as executors. These are Darren K. Indyke and Richard D. Kahn, who, according to the New York Post, worked with him for a long time.