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Jeffrey Epstein listed more than 10 sex partners before suicide, had STD: docs

NEW YORK POST – When Jeffrey Epstein was booked into Manhattan jail, he revealed in a health screening that he had more than 10 female sexual partners within the past five years and had been previously treated for chlamydia, according to newly-obtained documents.

The new revelations about the convicted pedophile’s sexual history were included in 4,000 pages of documents obtained Thursday by the Associated Press from the Bureau of Prisons in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

The trove of paperwork paints a vivid picture of the disgraced billionaire’s physical and mental state, which appeared to be in decline in the weeks leading up to his suicide on August 10, 2019 at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan.

Medical records showed the 66-year-old Epstein was suffering from sleep apnea, constipation, hypertension, lower back pain and prediabetes.

Epstein was booked into the federal jail in Manhattan on July 6, 2019, on charges stemming from the sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York.

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He spent 22 hours in the jail’s general population before officials moved him to the special housing unit “due to the significant increase in media coverage and awareness of his notoriety among the inmate population,” according to the psychological reconstruction of his death.

Epstein later said he was upset about having to wear an orange jumpsuit and whined about being treated like he was a “bad guy” despite being well-behaved behind bars.

He requested a brown uniform for his near-daily visits with his lawyers.

During his first few weeks in lockup, Epstein didn’t have his sleep apnea breathing machine he used. Then, the toilet in his cell broke.

Jail officials observed in writing that Epstein was agitated and unable to sleep. He was seen sitting in the corner of his cell with his hands clamped over his ears …

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