Jeffrey Epstein’s final days at Metropolitan Correctional Center

New details have emerged about Jeffrey Epstein’s final days alive New details have emerged about Jeffrey Epstein’s final days alive

New details have emerged about the way disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein spent his final days, before his death behind bars last weekend at the age of 66.

So dismal were the conditions of his cell on the 9 South wing of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York that he would spend up to 12 hours at a time meeting with attorneys, the New York Times reported.

Epstein would routinely meet with his lawyers, all paid handsomely for their time, for so long that he appeared to grow bored and simply sat in silence.

To buy protection from the predations of other inmates, Epstein deposited money in the commissary accounts of at least three other inmates, the Times reported.

The MCC commissary is stocked with such goodies as Snickers bars, Jolly Ranchers and Velveeta cheese, according to documents obtained by DailyMail.com. Inside the grim brick fortress of MCC New York, Epstein was so miserable in his cell that he paid rotating shifts of lawyers to visit him for 12 hours at a time in the visiting room Inside the grim brick fortress of MCC […]

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