Epstein gossiped about Trump and Bill Clinton inside prison before suicide, told inmates ‘p***y’ motivated him
‘The Spider: Inside the Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’ written by Barry Levine details Epstein's stay in prison and aftermath of his suicide
A bombshell new book has revealed how Jeffrey Epstein spent his last days in prison before dying by suicide in August 2019 while awaiting trial. ‘The Spider: Inside the Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’ written by Barry Levine has claimed that the disgraced financier engaged in gossip with fellow inmates about Donald Trump and Bill Clinton while he also claimed that he was "motivated by p***y”.
The explosive book, that will release on October 20, has stated that after Epstein’s suicide, jail staff might have attempted to cover it up to prevent attacks from media, The Sun, that managed to get an early copy of of the book, reported . According to the highly anticipated book, two companions of the convicted sex offender were William "Dollar Bill" Mersey and Michael "Miles" Tisdale. Mersey was behind bars for running an escort business and fraud. According to him as per the book, Epstein once told him that one time he was flying on a private jet along with Trump as well as a French girl. When the president asked him to land the jet in Atlantic City, Epstein declined his request saying that it was full of "White trash". "The girl I was with because she was French asked me, 'What does White trash mean?' Donald Trump told her, 'That would be me without the money,'" Epstein said as per Levine’s work.
According to reports, Epstein and Trump were close but eventually had a fallout. "I had a falling out with him a long time ago, I don't think I've spoken to him for 15 years, I wasn't a fan,” the POTUS said before the 2008 arrest of Epstein. It has also been said that the Republican leader threw Epstein out of his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida after he hit on a member’s teenage daughter. Speaking of Clinton, Epstein told Mersey that he was a "lothario" earlier in his days, but now he "can't do anything like that now because he's had a couple of heart surgeries." The former president has confessed to traveling on Epstein's private jet but denied any knowledge about his criminal activities.
The book has also quoted Tisdale, who claimed that Epstein, alleged to have sex with minor girls, said that the girls were “fifteen, sixteen, seventeen and eighteen years old - not eight or nine years old!" When the fellow prisoner asked him what keeps him motivated, he confessed: “Miles I'll tell you…one thing p***y." Not just that, Epstein compared currency trading with p***y and said: “You know how p***y acts, how her mood will be next month and maybe in two months - that's the same way to look at currency."
Besides, the book has given a chaotic picture of The Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in New York, after Epstein killed himself on August 10 last year. Reportedly, 911 was called first time at 6:37 am four minutes after Epstein was found hanging in his cell. In that call, jail staffers demanded emergency medical attention. One minute after the initial call, NYPD announced an "aided case", but later transcripts revealed that the call was stated as a "poss arrest". The reference "was an indication that the jail was requesting an ambulance in connection with a possible criminal arrest rather than any suggestion a cardiac arrest had occurred," the book claims.