Jeffery Epstein dead.
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Officials: Jeffrey Epstein, accused sex trafficker, dies
Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced millionaire who was facing federal sex
trafficking charges, died by suicide early Saturday in his Lower Manhattan
prison cell, three law enforcement officials told ABC News.
Epstein hanged himself, law enforcement sources said. He was transported
in cardiac arrest at 6:39 a.m. from Metropolitan Correctional Center to
New York Downtown Hospital, according to sources.
Epstein, 66, was set to stand trial next year for allegedly sexually abusing
dozens of minor girls in New York and Florida.
His death came less than three weeks after he was found unresponsive in
his cell at the federal prison in Lower Manhattan, with marks on his neck
that appeared to be self-inflicted, sources told ABC News.
He had been on suicide watch since the July 23 incident.
Epstein was arrested on July 6 for alleged sex trafficking of minor girls at his
Upper East Side mansion and his home in Palm Beach, Florida. Some of the
charges date back to the early 2000s.
Epstein, 66, pleaded not guilty to the charges. He faced up to 45 years
in prison if convicted.
His alleged crimes were thrown back into the spotlight amid renewed scrutiny
of the plea deal Epstein reached with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami in
2007, led by then-U.S. Attorney Alexander Acosta. A non-prosecution agreement
allowed Epstein, a hedge-fund manager, to plead guilty to two state charges and
avoid federal charges for an allegedly broad pattern of similar sexual misconduct.
He would serve just 13 months of an 18-month sentence in county jail in Florida.
The victims in that case were not made aware of the negotiations for nearly
a year after the agreement was signed, according to their attorney.
The deal is currently under review by the Justice Department’s Office of
Professional Responsibility. Acosta was serving as President Trump's Labor
Secretary amid the controversy over his role in the deal. He later resigned
from that position.