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The Plot Thickens: Epstein Visited By "Mystery Woman" Before His Sudden Death


According to a recent report, sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was visited by a "Mystery Woman" in jail for two hours just before he was placed on suicide watch.


"Epstein spent at least two hours locked up alone with a young woman, in a private room reserved for inmates and their attorneys, according to an attorney who was visiting the prison that day," Forbes said on Thursday.


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"The optics were startling. Because she was young. And pretty," the anonymous visiting attorney said. He later added, "If I was him, I would have hired an old bald guy."

Check out what the Daily Wire reported:

The source suggested the woman could have been a lawyer, or a first-year associate. As noted by Forbes, NBC News reported that Epstein "paid members of his team to sit with him in a room for eight hours a day for attorney-client meetings, allowing him to avoid his cell."
The source pointed out that the young woman was not Reid Weingarten, the disgraced financier's main lawyer, nor was she any legal counsel known to the media. Additionally, the mystery woman did not have any files with her and was dressed in what the visiting attorney called "Sunday brunch attire."
"It was slacks and a blouse," he said, adding, "Could have been jeans or another kind of pants."
Epstein would reportedly "monopolize" the interview room for long stretches of the day with members of his legal team, likely to avoid the harsh conditions of his cell.

"I think she was there just to babysit [Epstein]," the visiting attorney stated, "and keep him out of his cell, and just keep him company for eight hours a day. Which is not supposed to be the way it works."

Earlier in the week, Epstein's autopsy revealed that he had several broken bones in his neck which is common in homicide victims.

"Among the bones broken in Epstein's neck was the hyoid bone, which in men is near the Adam’s apple," The Washington Post announced. "Such breaks can occur in those who hang themselves, particularly if they are older, according to forensics experts and studies on the subject. But they are more common in victims of homicide by strangulation, the experts said."

Another revelation that was recently revealed was how the Epstein seemed to be in "great spirits" before he allegedly killed himself in jail. He even told his lawyers, "I'll see you Sunday."

It gets even stranger. Epstein allegedly told his lawyers that the neck injuries he suffered in late July were due to an attack by his ex-policeman cellmate, not an attempt at suicide. This revelation is ultimately what got Epstein out of suicide watch.

Another development in the story is the fact that Epstein was pretty optimistic that he would be able to walk away from the accusations against him.

The New York Post reports: "Epstein’s optimism behind bars — expressed during daily visits with his lawyers that lasted up to 12 hours each — was so great that it struck some of those around him as “delusional,” the source said."

“He thought he was going to win the double-jeopardy motion," which is what his lawyers were planning on filing.

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