REPORT: Disturbing circumstances surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s death revealed

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New records obtained nearly four years after the death of Jeffrey Epstein have reportedly shed light on the disgraced financier’s final moments and what came after.

The [Federal Bureau of Prisons] said Friday that they included a detailed psychological reconstruction of the events that transpired before the billionaire’s suicide, as well as his health history, internal agency reports, emails, memos and other records.

Two weeks before his suicide, reports stated, the internet entrepreneur sat in the corner of his cell with his hands over his ears. A toilet in his cell would not stop running.

According to thousands of pages of documents released to The Associated Press by the Bureau of Prisons under the Freedom of Information Act, jail officials reported that Epstein was unable to sleep, agitated, had been calling himself a “coward,” and he was complaining about how he was finding it difficult to adapt to prison life.

After arriving at the facility on July 6, 2019, Epstein was placed in the jail’s general population for almost 24 hours before he was moved to the special housing unit “due to the significant increase in media coverage and awareness of his notoriety among the inmate population,” according to the psychological reconstruction of his death.

During a health screening, Epstein reported that he’d had over 10 female sexual partners within the previous five years.

Records showed that he suffered from sleep apnea, constipation, hypertension, lower back pain, and prediabetes. He had also previously been treated for Chlamydia.

The AP reports:

The documents also provide a fresh window into Epstein’s behavior during his 36 days in jail, including his previously unreported attempt to connect by mail with another high-profile pedophile: Larry Nassar, the U.S. gymnastics team doctor convicted of sexually abusing scores of athletes.

Epstein’s letter to Nassar was found returned to sender in the jail’s mail room weeks after Epstein’s death. “It appeared he mailed it out and it was returned back to him,” the investigator who found the letter told a prison official by email. “I am not sure if I should open it or should we hand it over to anyone?”

While he was at the facility, Epstein was under psychological observation and placed on suicide watch, but he reportedly insisted that he was not suicidal.

A jail psychologist who spoke to Epstein reported that he said he had a “wonderful life” and “would be crazy” to end it, the records stated.

Epstein did indicate displeasure about wearing the orange jumpsuit provided to inmates in the special housing unit. He reportedly requested a brown uniform to wear during frequent visits with his lawyers. But the night before his death, he missed a meeting with his lawyers.

“A memo from a unit manager said Epstein told a jail employee that he was calling his mother the night before his death, excusing himself from a meeting with his lawyers. However, his mother had been dead for 15 years,” Fox News reported.

On Aug. 10, 2019, Epstein was found unresponsive in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, a facility that has since been shut down.

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