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Jeffrey Epstein's "pleasure palace" where pal Prince Andrew allegedly spent "weeks" is no more.

The infamous mansion on the shores of Palm Beach, Florida, which was decorated with nude images and sex toys, has been bulldozed to the ground.

Developer Todd Michael Glaser, who bought the property for £13.3million, sent in a digger to ensure no trace was left, the Mirror reports.

Estate agent Lawrence Moens said: "I only got involved in the sale to ensure it would be wiped off the map."

Photos show a yellow digger turning the luxury house into a pile of rubble surrounded by palm trees.

It had been locked up during the two years since Epstein's arrest, and was graffitied with the words with the words "GONE BUT NOT FORGIVEN" scrawled in blood-red paint.

"Good riddance," one neighbour told the Mirror.

"That sick b****** abused dozens of girls in that home. Thank God it's gone."

The six-bedroom, 14,000-square-foot house with a large swimming pool was the scene of horrific sex crimes.

It was here that victims said his alleged "madam" Ghislaine Maxwell, a friend of Prince Andrew, would help recruit girls and schedule teenagers to give Epstein massages.

One victim eventually told her mother what was going on, who then went to the police.

Epstein's private island in the US Virgin Islands, Little St James; his New Mexico ranch and his Manhattan townhouse were also venues for abuse.

Epstein was found dead in a Manhattan prison cell in 2019 while awaiting a sex trafficking trial.

  • Jeffrey Epstein's ex Ghislaine Maxwell has complaint about jail treatment rejected

Maxwell was held by the FBI last year, but denies any involvement in grooming minors for her late ex.

Former butler Juan Alessi swore on oath in a 2005 criminal probe that he set up massage tables for Prince Andrew, 61, every day as the royal "spent weeks with us" at the house.

He recalled seeing naked girls by the pool during Andrew's stay, but said they dressed before entering the house.

Alessi has never suggested the Duke of York was present with the girls, and said he never saw the Prince take part in any of the alleged sexual activity.

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Alessi told the Mirror: "He was a nice guy. I never see him with girls. I never saw him naked or actually having the massage.

"If he had a massage, like I say in my deposition, everything was upstairs behind closed doors. I never saw him kissing anybody or patting anybody."

Andrew has sought to downplay his friendship with Epstein since the billionaire's downfall.

Things culminated in a disastrous interview with Newsnight in late 2019, in which he claimed he does not sweat and suggested an infamous photo of himself with Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre was a fake.

He has denied having sex with her, as she has alleged.

Following the TV special, the Prince stepped down from his royal duties and has not resumed his role.

  • Prince Andrew
  • Jeffrey Epstein

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