While awaiting trial, Epstein proposed to replace jail time house arrest in a mansion for $77 million

New York billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, accused of paedophilia and sex trafficking of minors, appealed to the Federal authorities with a request to release him from prison and allow to wait for the court in his mansion in Manhattan for $77 million to Replace Epstein offered to leave the house only for doctor’s appointments and, as evidence of good intentions, to abandon his private jet.

According to the documents of the case, the billionaire believes that the mansion is ideal for a temporary stay, as its a front and back entrance conveniently monitored with a camera system, the installation of which Epstein agreed to pay. The defendant also said that he is willing to pay for private security.

According to the lawyers of billionaire, these measures will not provide him a privileged position — but it will help to make sure that Epstein is not subjected to «discrimination» because of its high level of prosperity. If the proposal is approved, they added, without special permission in the mansion will allow you to visit only the lawyers of the defendant, and there will be a clock at the observer location, providing that Epstein did not violate the terms of house arrest.

What else we learned from the case

In their defense, the lawyers of Epstein argue that the compulsion of minors to the granting of a billionaire sexual services cannot be considered to be sex-trade — but rather, «consumer behavior». In addition, they said they plan to challenge the «outdated and obsolete charges that [Epstein] was already punished.»

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Although in 2008, the billionaire really was sentenced to 13 months in prison for statutory rape, the conditions of his detention were more than comfortable: a man had the opportunity to leave the prison and drive to your office to work 6 days a week.

Monday, July 8, Epstein filed new charges in sex trafficking and abuse of dozens of underage girls between 2002 and 2005. If convicted, the billionaire may have to wait up to 45 years behind bars.