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Goldman Sachs exec Daffey buys Jeffrey Epstein mansion in New York


Goldman Sachs veteran trader Michael Daffey is seen in this undated handout photo, in London, Britain.

Goldman Sachs via Reuters

Former high-ranking Goldman Sachs executive Michael Daffey bought a New York City mansion this month for a whopping $51 million from the estate of the late convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, his spokesman said Tuesday.

“Mr. Daffey had never previously been in the home nor ever met its owner, but he is a big believer in New York’s future and will take the other side of all the people who say the city’s best days may be in the past,” said Stu Loeser, Daffey’s spokesman.

The sale of the 28,000-square-foot Manhattan townhouse generated income for Epstein’s estate,…


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