There’s yet another bizarre twist to the Jeffrey Epstein saga and his sprawling Zorro Ranch, south of Santa Fe, N.M., in the small rural community of Stanley.
Albuquerque’s KRQE-TV investigative reporter Gabrielle Burkhart has uncovered a mysterious deed transferring ownership of the property from Cypress Inc., a Florida corporation, to Love & Bliss, a nonprofit church religious organization also in the Sunshine State, for $200! Furthermore, the president of Love & Bliss is 22-year-old Alex Lezczynski, who has an extensive criminal record. Now, does this make any sense for a property worth millions!
Burkhart says the attorney listed on the deed traced to a real estate office on Google and the New York phone number is listed to a food broker who’s had the number for 60 years. She finally reached a representative of the Epstein estate, who claims the deed is fraudulent. It turns out Love & Bliss filed a similar deed for Epstein’s property in Palm Beach, Fla. A Florida judge found the deed invalid and unenforceable.
It’s another weird chapter in the Jeffrey Epstein story that never ends. To our knowledge, the Zorro Ranch property has never been locked down nor raided by the feds or local law enforcement since the Epstein allegations broke, which is a shocker in itself. Although, following Epstein’s indictment in 2019, New Mexico’s State Land Office cancelled the Zorro Ranch lease. Here’s Burkhart with more on the travails of Epstein and the Zorro Ranch.ARVE Error: need id and provider