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Over the weekend, FBI agents raided the Upper East Side townhouse of Jeffrey Epstein, using a crowbar to break the grand doors of one of the largest private homes in Manhattan. Below is everything we know about what was found inside, and how the evidence may influence the investigation into Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking and shed light on his mysterious wealth.
According to a court filing requesting that Epstein not be released prior to his trial, inside the mansion at 9 East 71st Street federal agents found “a vast trove of lewd photographs” of young girls, including pictures of “at least one girl, who, according to her counsel, was underage at the time the relevant photographs were taken.” Agents also discovered “in a locked safe … compact discs with hand-written labels including the following: ‘Young [Name] + [Name],’ ‘Misc nudes 1,’ and ‘Girl pics nudes.’” Prosecutors added that the “search of that home found “hundreds — and perhaps thousands — of sexually suggestive photographs of fully- or partially nude females.”
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