Scandalized billionaire Steve Wynn pays $43M for Palm Beach mansion

Former casino mogul Steve Wynn is the latest billionaire sex pest to make a splash in the scandalous seaside city of Palm Beach, Fla.

The former chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts, who was forced to resign after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct in 2018, has purchased a 24,600-square-foot mansion a stone’s throw from the homes of alleged prostitute fan New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Wynn paid $43 million through an LLC tied to Wynn Fine Art, according to the Real Deal. The oceanfront estate, at 1960 S. Ocean Blvd., is just a five-minute drive from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.

Wynn — whose ex-wife filed a lawsuit alleging that he paid his manicurist $7.5 million after forcing her to have sex with him — will enjoy eight bedrooms, a billiards room, a chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry, a wine cellar and staff quarters, loggias, terraces, a guest house and a pool house at his new abode.

The seller of the Juan Pablo Molyneux-designed, 2.25-acre property was Emma Cisneros, a member of a Venezuelan billionaire family with a media conglomerate. She paid $33.6 million for the spread in 2005.

Last year, Wynn sold a lot at 1350 S. Ocean Blvd. for about $20 million. He was rumored to have made a play for the former estate of Broadway producer Terry Allen Kramer — at 1295 S. Ocean Blvd. — before settling on his new house.

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