New records reported by AP show Epstein sent jail letter to fellow famous pedophile, asked to call dead mom

Disgraced billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein reportedly sent a letter to fellow convicted pedophile, US gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, before his suspicious death in a Manhattan prison cell.

Nassar never received the letter.

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The letter was revealed in 4,000 pages of documents that were obtained by the Associated Press on Thursday. They also allegedly show Epstein’s mental decline during his 36-day stint at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan before he was found dead from an apparent suicide. It was reported that he hung himself, an assertion that many doubt considering Epstein’s high-profile clientele.

The letter to Nassar was evidently unopened and was discovered in the mail room of the lockup with a “return to sender” notice weeks after Epstein’s demise. The convicted doctor spent decades sexually abusing young girls and it is curious that Epstein would write him.

“It appeared he mailed it out and it was returned back to him,” the investigator who uncovered the letter told a prison official in an email. “I am not sure if I should open it or should we hand it over to anyone?”

Exactly what was in the letter was not contained in the documents the Associated Press received from the Bureau of Prisons under the Freedom of Information Act.

A psychological reconstruction of Epstein’s death was included in the documents which purportedly show his mental state leading up to his Aug. 10, 2019 suicide.

In the documents, Epstein called himself a “coward.” He revealed that he was having a rough time adapting to prison life as well. Prison officials stated that two weeks before killing himself, Epstein just sat with a vacant expression on his face in the corner of his cell. His only companion was a broken toilet that would not stop running.

When Epstein, 66, entered prison on July 6, 2019, he was taken out of the general population within 22 hours “due to the significant increase in media coverage and awareness of his notoriety among the inmate population,” according to the psychological reconstruction.

Documents show that he noted 10-plus female sexual partners within the last five years of his life. They also showed that he had sleep apnea, constipation, hypertension, lower back pain, and prediabetes. He had also unsurprisingly been treated for chlamydia.

He evidently made an attempt to adapt to his new surroundings. Epstein signed up for a Kosher meal plan and sent a request through his attorney to get permission to exercise outside. Jail records indicate that two days before his death he purchased $73.85 worth of items from the prison commissary that included an AM/FM radio and headphones.

In his almost daily visits with his attorneys, Epstein whined about having to wear an orange jumpsuit like a “bad guy.” He requested a brown uniform instead.

When the billionaire’s bail was denied on July 18, 2019, that is when Epstein allegedly began to mentally spiral downward. He was facing up to 45 years in prison if convicted on sex trafficking charges. Four days later, he was found in his cell with a bed sheet tied around his neck. He survived and it was deemed that his injuries did not warrant a visit to the hospital.

Epstein was put on suicide watch after that and then psychiatric observation, according to the documents.

He was still left in the same cell with a broken toilet,” the jail’s chief psychologist wrote in an email the following day after the first suicide attempt. “Please move him to the cell next door when he returns from legal as the toilet still does not work.”

A federal judge unsealed roughly 2,000 pages of documents in a sexual abuse lawsuit against Epstein the day before he died.

The Daily Mail reported, “Yet, even after a 31-hour stint on suicide watch, Epstein insisted he wasn’t suicidal, telling a jail psychologist he had a ‘wonderful life’ and ‘would be crazy’ to end it. On Aug. 10, 2019, Epstein was dead.”

The night before he was found dead, Epstein excused himself from a meeting with his attorneys, claiming that he had to call his mother, who had been dead for 15 years, according to a memo written by a jail employee.

Facing the loss of his social status, losing his connections to others, and the “idea of potentially spending his life in prison were likely factors contributing to Mr. Epstein’s suicide,” officials noted in the documents.

Tova Noel and Michael Thomas, the guards tasked with watching Epstein the night he died, both allegedly fell asleep during the two-hour window when he supposedly offed himself. They were just 15 feet away from his cell, according to the New York Post.

The guards were charged with lying on prison log records. They both made deals with the prosecution that required them to admit their guilt with charges against them being dismissed if they adhered to the rules of their agreements for six months.

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