After Jeffrey Epstein cut a deal with Florida prosecutors in 2008, he was prohibited from seeing “family members, girlfriends, children, friends or minors” while on work release. But the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reports that newly released records show the pedophile spent time with two women described as “friends”—alleged accomplices Sarah Kellen and Nadia Marcinkova. The newspaper reported that Epstein’s work-release arrangement was changed to let him spend up to 16 hours a day out of jail, including two hours a day at his mansion. The handling of Epstein’s first incarceration—a decade before he killed himself in a federal jail in New York—is now under investigation.
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