For kids aged 8 and up, a day trip to Little St James, sometimes known as "Pedophile Island" by locals, cost $60 to $75.
The Disney Cruise did not warn parents that Epstein's renowned island was owned by the notorious billionaire pedophile, describing it as "sun-soaked." Rather, the literature spoke of "curious fish" that "dart back and forth in the beautiful blue water."
What really happened on Little St James, the 75-acre private paradise in the US Virgin Islands that billionaire sex abuser Jeffrey Epstein once called home?
Independent reports: A criminal complaint from the attorney general of the US Virgin Islands, which is attempting to seize Little St James as government property, described it "the perfect hideaway and haven for trafficking young women and underage girls for sexual servitude, child abuse and sexual assault".
On this island, the complaint says: "Epstein and his associates could avoid detection of their illegal activity from Virgin Islands and federal law enforcement, and prevent these young women and underage girls from leaving freely and escaping the abuse."
It was in the Virgins that Epstein registered as a sex offender in 2010, following his first conviction for child prostitution in 2008. He also based his shell companies in a small unmarked office in a seaside strip mall on St Thomas, alongside a Sam's Mini-Mart and a salon called Happy Nails.