Epstein’s Lawyer: He Was in ‘Great Spirits’ Day Before Death
Epstein’s Last Words to Lawyer: ‘I’ll See You Sunday’
Jeffrey Epstein was in “great spirits” Friday before his death, offering no signs of being suicidal, even telling one of his lawyers in his last words, “I’ll see you Sunday,” the N.Y. Post reported.
“Every day he was very positive and the night before he was real positive,” a source told the Post. “He was in great spirits the night before.”
The source added Epstein’s last words to his lawyer were: “I’ll see you Sunday.”
The next morning Epstein, 66 – facing two sex trafficking charges in New York, including one involving a minor – was found unresponsive in his cell, hanging from the top of a bunk bed with a bedsheet tied around his neck, later dying of an apparent suicide – although the corner has not officially released the final determination.
“He thought he was going to win the double-jeopardy motion,” the source told the Post of Epstein’s optimism before his death at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in lower Manhattan.