A photo of Jeffrey Epstein kissing his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell was displayed prominently in his Florida mansion, according to a new trove of evidence that also provides an inside look at his creepy Manhattan townhouse.
The cache of images, released as part of Maxwell’s federal sex-trafficking trial, reveal what FBI agents and the NYPD discovered when they raided the dead pedophile’s seven-story Upper East Side home in July 2019, around the time of his arrest.
Special Agent Kelly Maguire testified Monday that her team “forced entry” into 9 E. 71st St. on July 6, 2019, after no one answered the door, and then swept through all 40 rooms — where creepy taxidermy animals and a bizarre painting of Bill Clinton in a blue dress were on display, The Post reported at the time.
In an office near the front of the 19,000-square-foot home, authorities uncovered several plastic bins that contained hard drives — already covered in evidence tape, Maguire told the court.
“As you sit here today, do you have personal knowledge of why there was evidence tape on these boxes?” Assistant US Attorney Alison Moe asked.
“No,” Maguire replied.
On the third floor, inside what looked like a dressing room, the agents found a safe stashed inside a closet — which they opened using a saw, Maguire told the jury.
The safe contained jewelry, external hard drives, passports, lots of US cash and “loose diamonds,” the agent testified.
There were also binders filled with CDs, but authorities had to get another warrant in order to seize them. When they returned the next day, however, all the items inside the safe had disappeared.
Maguire said she called Richard Kahn, now the co-executor of Epstein’s estate, and one of the sex offender’s attorneys, Andrew Tomback, and told them she had a warrant for the items. Roughly 30 minutes later, Kahn brought them all back in two suitcases, the agent testified.
Court papers filed in Epstein’s child sex-trafficking case said some of the CDs contained kiddie porn, with “hand-written labels including the following: ‘Young [Name] + [Name],’ ‘Misc nudes 1,’ and ‘Girl pics nude.’”
Also on the third floor, agents came across a massage room with heavy pink curtains and a massage table covered in a blanket and a white sheet.
More CDs were found inside a room on the fifth floor, in the bottom of a drawer of a dresser. In the same room, agents discovered a cache of labeled black binders, filled with pages of thumbnail photographs that corresponded to CDs.
FBI analyst Kimberly Meder, who went through all the photos, testified Tuesday that some of the photos were of Epstein and Maxwell together, including one of her in a skimpy top, rubbing his feet aboard a plane.
One framed photo of the twosome smooching was found by Palm Beach police inside Epstein’s sprawling home there during a 2005 raid, according to photos of the operation submitted as evidence.
The beachfront lair also included an odd statue on a bookshelf of someone resembling Epstein giving another person a massage.
Several women have alleged that Epstein, and at times Maxwell, would sexually abuse them during so-called massage sessions at the horror house.
Developer Todd Michael Glaser bought Epstein’s sprawling property for $18.5 million in March, and the home was later demolished.
The neoclassical townhouse in Manhattan sold to former Goldman Sachs executive Michael D. Daffey for $51 million.