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A GUN in a holster next to his bed. A bedroom kept close to freezing. An aversion to drugs and alcohol and a diet consisting of little more than lettuce leaves.
This was the bizarre lifestyle led by paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein while he was committing heinous crimes against children behind the 15ft-high oak doors of his £50 million Manhattan mansion.
The article goes on to state the following:
The vivid insight into Prince Andrew’s former friend comes in a revealing article by society writer Vanessa Grigoriadis in Vanity Fair magazine.
He liked to sleep in 54F (12C) chill,’ she said. ‘I was like, “I’m f****** freezing, I’m going to die of hypothermia”.’
Another girlfriend revealed that Epstein was so paranoid, ‘he slept with a gun in a holster’ next to his bed and he was obsessed with ‘sick spy games’.
When one model refused to have an open relationship with the tycoon, she started receiving messages containing images of herself as she went about her day-to-day life. Another ex said: ‘I had a weird sensation when I was talking to Jeffrey, he kept looking me in the eye in a creepy way and quoted something I’d said about him earlier on the phone to a girlfriend. I threw the phone out and cut off all contact with him.’
‘He abhorred restaurants and ate whole grains, proteins and leafy greens 30 years before the rest of America.’
A former girlfriend of the billionaire financier described him as having ‘a fear of groups’, preferring one-on-one friendships ‘which were conducive to sharing secrets’. She added: ‘Epstein preferred to socialise at home where he could control the food, the conversation, the temperature.’
Revealed: Jeffrey Epstein’s bizarre world of guns kept next to his bed, a bedroom close to freezing and a diet of lettuce leaves at his $62m mansion https://t.co/FTeV0tTysn
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) September 15, 2019
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