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On the road: Jeffrey Epstein (above in 1995) received daily work release in an email sent on June 1, 2009, allowing him to leave jail every day of the week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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The sweetheart agreement that Jeffrey Epstein signed with prosecutors in Palm Beach County became even sweeter when his case was handed over to the sheriff's office.

The convicted sex offender was released at work every day of the week in the final weeks of his imprisonment, with records obtained by DailyMail.com showing that he was approved for daily leave from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. by Captain David Sleeth in an e mail to delegates on June 1, 2009.

At the same time, he was given access to the Palm Beach mansion, where he had attacked his young victims for two hours every afternoon, while also entertaining a number of young women.

His most frequent prisoners were & # 39; Yugoslavian sex slave & # 39; Nadia Marcinkova and alleged recruiter Sarah Kellen, whose last criminal charges were avoided as part of her boss's sweetheart agreement.

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And in exchange for this extra work done by delegates in the ward, Epstein left over $ 120,000 for the overtime paid by his accrued observers and served as a guarantee for the convicted pedophile.

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On the road: Jeffrey Epstein (above in 1995) received daily work release in an email sent on June 1, 2009, allowing him to leave jail every day of the week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

On the road: Jeffrey Epstein (above in 1995) received daily work release in an email sent on June 1, 2009, allowing him to leave jail every day of the week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

A lawsuit filed by one of Epstein's alleged victims accuses the pedophile of sexually abusing a teenager while under the supervision of the Sheriff & # 39; s Office in Palm Beach County.

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Katelyn Doe said in a lawsuit that Epstein hired her as an employee of his Florida Science Foundation in March 2009, when she was just 18, with officials approving the decision to let the teenager work in the company of a convicted sex offender who was still always in prison.

The complaint stated that Katelyn & # 39; believed she was legally employed by the Defendant Florida Science, but heard there that Jeffrey Epstein and those with whom he conspired to transport (Katelyn) knew that this fraudulent statement was made to (Katelyn ) to engage in commercial sex acts with Jeffrey Epstein at his office for & # 39; work release & # 39 ;. & # 39;

It further claims that Katelyn & # 39; was made to engage in sexual encounters with Jeffrey Epstein – both only with Epstein, during which she had sexual contact, and also on an occasion with another young woman and Epstein. & # 39;

This all happened while a deputy employee at the Palm Beach County sheriff's office was just outside the office building.

It also happened less than a year after Epstein first raped the young woman she alleges, after flying her to his property on Little St James in the US Virgin Islands.

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Katelyn is one of three women who have filed a lawsuit against the estate of Jeffrey Epstein, executors Richard Kahn and Darren Indyke, and eight companies linked to the deceased pedophile.

She would sign up to work and even sign up on a sheet from the Sheriff & # 39; s Office.

Then the man who officers described as a & # 39; model prisoner & # 39; allegedly force her to perform sexual acts.

& # 39; It is difficult to imagine a demonstration of wealth, power and influence that is greater than that of defendants JEGE, NES, HBRK, Florida Science and Jeffrey Epstein, who in co-ordinator claimant have caused a commercial sex act with Jeffrey Epstein at his "work release" office, while Jeffrey Epstein saw his prison sentence, "the complaint explains.

& # 39; Due to his brutal and powerful organization, Jeffrey Epstein was quite literally able to commit federal violations of human trafficking at work during his prison sentence. & # 39;

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She also suggests that Epstein & # 39; s sexual perversions motivated him to get a judge's approval for traveling to New York during a probationary period.

DailyMail.com revealed last month that Epstein was free to travel between New York and Palm Beach shortly after his release from prison.

& # 39; In 2010, after he & # 39; had completed imprisonment, and while Jeffrey Epstein was under house arrest in Florida, he was allowed to travel to New York while wearing his ankle surveillance device, said the complaint.

& # 39; During such a trip, Plaintiff entered into sexual intercourse with Jeffrey Epstein in exchange for financial compensation. & # 39;

In the file she states that Epstein had promised her that he would pay for a necessary operation, and she feared that her refusal to agree to his demands could jeopardize it.

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Katelyn also claimed that she had been raped just before, while Epstein was busy smoothing out his beloved deal.

& # 39; While he was on the private island of Little St. James, despite being aware of the claimant's prohibition, Jeffrey Epstein pressured, manipulated, intimidated and forced plaintiff to engage in sexual intercourse. and losing her virginity to him, giving him even more control over Plaintiff, & the court declares.

Glass houses: In March 2009, Katelyn claims that Epstein hired her as an employee at the Florida Science Foundation (above), where he worked six days a week on work release

Glass houses: In March 2009, Katelyn claims that Epstein hired her as an employee at the Florida Science Foundation (above), where he worked six days a week on work release

Glass houses: In March 2009, Katelyn claims that Epstein hired her as an employee at the Florida Science Foundation (above), where he worked six days a week on work release

Attorney Brad Edwards, whose company represents the three Doe victims, hinted at the relaxed circumstances of Epstein during a press conference last month.

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& # 39; He was not there doing some scientific research to improve the community, but he had office visitors, some of whom were flown to him from New York, and continued to conduct similar behaviors even while he was quoted, without quote in prison, & said Edwards van Epstein.

Epstein & # 39; s beloved plea deal not only helped him avoid federal charges, it also enabled him to see young women at his office in Palm Beach without law enforcement officers present.

Miami Herald reporter Julie Brown revealed this for the first time in an interview with Alec Baldwin on his podcast Here the Thing.

She said that one of the delegates who had been watching Epstein during his work release in West Palm Beach confirmed that the high-profile prisoner was given a free run in his office.

The delegates stayed outside and did not return to the office despite the steady stream of customers, friends, and young women who were to visit the newly convicted sex offender.

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There was a visitor log that all guests had to sign, according to Brown, but she was told that the records had mysteriously disappeared when she asked.

The disappearance of the logbook also came after Epstein made donations in the low six digits to the sheriff's office during this detention.

& # 39; I said: & # 39; have you ever paid attention to what he did at the office? He had girls there & # 39;, & # 39; Brown reminded her of her conversation with the assistant sheriff.

& # 39; And he said, "No, that wasn't our job."

She then claims in March 2009 that Epstein hired her as an employee at the Florida Science Foundation, where he worked six days a week on work release

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She then claims in March 2009 that Epstein hired her as an employee at the Florida Science Foundation, where he worked on a work version six days a week.

Those delegates also received overtime for their work, Brown explained, with one delegate having to be out of the office six days a week for 12 hours a day.

That financial burden was partly borne by the Florida Science Foundation, a company run by Epstein.

In the months that Epstein was imprisoned, FSF made a total of $ 128,136 to the PBCSO.

Brown also noted in the interview that Epstein could not have had his beloved plea if the case were brought today

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"He was accused of prostitution under the age of 18, there really is no such thing as child prostitution," said Brown.

& # 39; Then it was on the books in Florida, but it is no longer on the books. & # 39;

She then explained that Epstein and his camp had stayed with the decision, not only because it saved him serious jail time and federal charges, but because it was their opinion that these women were prostitutes.

Brown said she had never before seen a plea similar to that of Epstein by prosecutors.

& # 39; Florida has some of the strictest ex-offender laws in the country, I mean, they send these guys to jail. The prisons of the state of Florida are viscous & # 39 ;, Brown explains.

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& # 39; But he managed to go to the prison in Palm Beach County, where he had his own private wing. & # 39;

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