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  1. A confrontation over topless sunbathing in Connecticut led Monday to charges of breach of peace and risk of injury to a minor against a 28-year-old woman, according to a report. Police said Anna Halderman, of Norwalk, was arrested Saturday after surrendering to police. The incident happened July 15 at Compo Beach in Westport, Fox 61 Hartfordreported. The investigation began with police saying they got a call from a woman who was at the beach with her young child, the station reported. “The caller reported to officers that she had observed a female on the beach remove the top portion of her bathing suit to tan,” police said in a news release on Facebook. “Believing that this behavior was inappropriate for a public beach, this individual attempted to confront the woman about what she was doing.” Mug shot for Anna Halderman (Westport Police Department) “Upon speaking with this individual and attempting to convey her concerns, the woman allegedly became belligerent and proceeded to remove the bottom portion of her bathing suit exposing her buttocks,” according to the news release. The complainant said Halderman appeared to her to be drunk, the news release said. In a subsequent interview, Halderman told police that she did not recall what she may have done but apologized for her behavior, according to the news release. Halderman did not have an attorney yet, police said. A message that Fox News left for Halderman at a phone listed in her name was not immediately returned.
  2. Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s will was filed in the U.S. Virgin Islands and it showed that he signed it on Aug. 8 — two days before investigators said he hanged himself in his New York City jail cell. The accused sex trafficker and alleged pedophile was worth $577,672,654, or about $18 million more than he previously stated in court papers when he had tried to land bail on federal sex-trafficking charges, the New York Post reported Monday, citing new court documents. The 66-year-old put all of his holdings in a trust, referred to as “The 1953 Trust” in court papers, named after the year he was born, the document revealed. There were no details on the trust’s beneficiaries. The court papers noted Epstein’s only potential heir was his brother, Mark Epstein. The 21-page filing included a copy of Epstein’s death certificate from Aug. 15, five days after his suicide, which noted: “Immediate Cause: Pending Further Study.” The New York City medical examiner’s office has since ruled that Epstein hanged himself in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan. The report was released this past Friday. The 66-year-old’s will was filed with court officials in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where Epstein owned two islands, Little St. James and Great St. James. Epstein's Little St. James Island was valued at over $63 million. (Fox News) Epstein’s Little St. James Island took on a string of nicknames over the years, including "Pedophile Island" and "Orgy Island." The documents revealed Epstein’s personal property totaled over $577,000,000 and included $56,547,773 in cash; $194,986,301 in hedge funds and private equity investments; and several properties. Epstein’s bizarre art collection, which New York Magazine reported included a massive, life-like human doll hanging from a chandelier and a human-sized chessboard with scantily clad figurines modeled after his employees, had yet to be appraised, according to the documents. The papers said the value of Epstein’s “Fine Arts, Antiques, Collectibles, Valuables & Other Personal Property” is “TBD (To Be Determined) subject to appraisal/valuation.” Epstein’s properties included an Upper East Side home in New York City worth $55,931,000; a Palm Beach, Fla., home worth $12,380,209; a residence in Paris worth $8,672,823; Great St. James Island in the Virgin Islands, worth $22,498,600; and Little St. James Island, worth $63,874,223. The will said his brother had a claim to Epstein’s extensive holdings only if the financier did not leave behind the document.
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