Photos of Epstein’s autopsy and his prison cell obtained by CBS are shown for the first time. Graphic photographs from Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy reveal his bloody neck wound. Images of his cell show a large pile of bed sheets, some ripped into strips, and at least two nooses made from them.
Despite being allowed to travel to New York City and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and also to walk around Palm Beach “for exercise”, Epstein’s house arrest now officially ends.
He is picked up by his private driver six days a week and transported to an office in West Palm Beach, where he accepts visitors for up to 12 hours a day. He returns to the stockade in the evenings to sleep.
After 13 months at the Palm Beach County stockade, Jeffrey Epstein is released five months early on probation. He will spend one year under house arrest until August 2010. While on probation he is allowed numerous trips on his corporate jet to his residences in Manhattan and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He is also allowed long shopping trips and to walk around Palm Beach “for exercise”.
A 1992 article about Ghislaine Maxwell features Jeffrey Epstein.
“His name is Jeffrey Epstein, a shadowy, almost maverick New York ‘property developer’ who, for over a year, has helped Ghislaine become a coveted fixture on the Manhattan social scene. During the last year, say friends, she has fallen in love with him, and the couple are inseparable.”
The personals ad, which included a photo of Epstein in a suit, portrayed him as a “New York dynamo” seeking “a cute Texas girl.”
Despite being reported as being sold in 1998 to NES, LLC, the 71st Street mansion is transferred to Maple, Inc., Epstein’s Virgin Island entity, from the “Nine East 71st Street Corporation”. No money is exchanged.
Epstein meets Robert Meister, the vice-chairman of the insurance giant Aon, on a flight from New York to Palm Beach, Florida.
Mr. Meister introduced Mr. Epstein to Mr. Wexner. There appears to have been a near-instant rapport.
Epstein would later claim to not have met Wexner until 1989.