Epstein’s “Lavish” NYC Apartment Decor Revealed
After Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide in a Manhattan Correctional Center last week, strange details are revealing themselves regarding what he left behind. For instance, in Epstein’s multi-million dollar New York City apartment, there is a portrait of former President Bill Clinton dressed in drag.
According to Vanity Fair, countless rows of eyeballs framed Epstein’s entrance hall. In the same entrance way, there was a chess board with figurines “dressed suggestively” modeled in the likeness of his staff. In his study, perched on a piano, was a stuffed dog – a black poodle. Of it, Epstein allegedly told visitors, “No decorator would ever tell you to do that. But I want people to think what it means to stuff a dog.”
R. Couri Hay told The New York Times in a 2014 profile, of a mural on Epstein’s second floor that showed a prison scene with Epstein in the middle of barbed wire and guards. Hay specified to the Times that when he had been with Epstein to see the mural, Jeffrey told him, “That’s me, and I had this painted because there is always the possibility that could be me again”.
Other notable items included a life-size female doll dangling from a chandelier and pictures of Mohammed bin Salman and Woody Allen hanging up on one of the walls. Vanity Fair also noted that Epstein had no computers in his study but instead housed them in a “computer room.” Epstein also had a “leather room” with leather-covered walls.
Epstein seemingly lived a sinister life, with many strange and morbid fascinations as decor in his lavish New York mansion. With the extent of his abuse and manipulations still being unearthed, it makes one wonder what else decorated his home – and whether any of them could have been taken as a warning sign for his illicit misdoings.
Epstein’s gal pal, Ghislaine Maxwell, was pictured at an In-N-Out Burger for the first time since his death just days ago. Eating at the fast food chain, Maxwell had a book titled “The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives”.