Newly released Palm Beach Sheriff & # 39; s Office Records Unveiled the Several Purchased Jeffrey Epstein He Made in Palm Beach County Prison During His 13-Month Detention
The records from the Palm Beach County Sheriff & # 39; s office have revealed that Jeffrey Epstein bought two pairs of small panties while serving time after being found guilty of requesting a minor for sex in 2008.
The Miami Herald got the logs from the pedophile in Palm Beach County Jail, which revealed a series of items that he was allowed to buy from the facility's commissioner while staying in Florida prison for 13 months.
According to the logbook, Epstein spent $ 2000 between June 30, 2008 and July 22, 2009 to buy 800 cups of coffee, seven bottles of shampoo and 22 tubes of toothpaste, not to mention hundreds of snacks ranging from Jersey almond bars to Sour Cheddar ruffles , among other items.
He also bought two pairs of ladies' panties in size 5.
A size chart for women's underwear from Hanes indicates that size 5 corresponds to a size small and would fit at a waist of about 25 to 26 inches and hips from 36 to 37 inches.
It is unclear why Epstein bought the ladies' underwear because the Miami Herald indicated that they would not fit him, as he bought men's underwear in a commissioner's medium, along with sweatshirts in XL to 3XL and size 12 shoes.
It is also a mystery why prison staff allowed him to buy women's underwear, given the charges he was imprisoned for.
It was said that women's underwear was stored in prison because the institution housed both male and female prisoners.
The records released Friday by the Palm Beach Sheriff & # 39; s Office, which runs the prison, also shed light on the kind of unusual treatment that Epstein received during his detention.
According to the data, Epstein was allowed to leave his cell and travel six days a week, 12 days a week, 12 days a week to a office building in the center of West Palm Beach, a & # 39; work program & # 39; & # 39;
Among the items that Epstein bought, there were two pairs of ladies' underwear in size 5. The prison commissioner sold the underwear because the facility also had female prisoners (file image)
The archives also revealed the unusual, seemingly light-handed treatment that Epstein received while serving his sentence in the Palm Beach County jail (photo)
Over time, Epstein was apparently allowed seven days a week for 16 hours a day and allowed him to go to his house instead of being confined to the office.
Costume delegates – who paid Epstein with a starting rate of $ 42 per hour, a total of $ 128,000 – would be & # 39; security & # 39; commanded when he was out and guarding his door, occasionally from the outside so that they could not see what he was up to.
According to the newspaper's calculations, Epstein spent about 40 percent of his locked-up time in the office, at home or at one of the 69 doctor's appointments he had, including visits to the chiropractor.
Records also showed that Epstein, as a concession to his & # 39; unusual means & # 39; and the fact that he & # 39; was ill at home in the prison routine and society & # 39 ;, had access to a TV, the lawroom, and an unlocked cell door.
A little less than a month after his imprisonment, assistant lawyer A. Marie Villafaña wrote a letter to PBSO deputy chief Mike Gauger in which he commented on the treatment of Epstein.
It was estimated that Epstein spent about 40 percent of his imprisonment outside of prison, either at his office, several doctor's appointments, or Palm Beach at home (photo)
In the letter of July 3, 2008, she wrote that allowing Epstein to spend time in a private office & phoning, surfing the web, and getting food delivered to him is probably not in line with the objectives of imprisonment & # 39;
She also said that Epstein had misrepresented information about the charity he was allegedly working on during his work release.
The charity, Florida Science Foundation, was dissolved in 2009, after Epstein was released from prison, according to data obtained by the Miami Herald.
The seemingly lax rules of Epstein's work program seem to have been a change to the original agreement.
The newspaper reported that Epstein was not initially supposed to leave the office building for any other reason than to return to prison or to receive emergency medical assistance. Epstein certainly can't go for lunch & # 39 ;, according to the first version of the program.
Thirteen days after his release from work, which began three and a half months after his sentence, a review of the agreement said that Epstein would be allowed to leave the office building & only if authorized by (PBSO & # 39; s) Alternative Custody Unit. & # 39;
His apparently authorized medical trips included up to three chiropractor visits per week. On some days he would have had more than two medical appointments – so many that out-of-office delegates to monitor him had difficulty keeping up, according to the newly released prison records.
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw and his Palm Beach County Department are now being investigated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, which investigates why Epstein appears to have been treated with children's gloves during his detention.
Bradshaw has not yet responded to the records just released.
Epstein was arrested on July 6 for federal allegations of sexual intercourse of minors in Florida and New York. A coroner found that he committed suicide in his prison cell on 10 August.
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