Jeffrey Epstein’s horror ‘sexual massage’ mansion featured images of naked women

Never before seen photographs inside the home of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein have been released as FBI evidence from the 2005 raid is submitted to court.

Prosecutors in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial believe Epstein's mansion in Palm Beach, Florida is key evidence after several women claimed to have been coerced into giving sexual massages at the property.

The evidence shows photos of Epstein's bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, as well as revealing the contents of some of his draws.

Photographs show numerous drawings of naked women around the house and one drawing of Maxwell in a bathroom.

During the trial of Maxwell in Manhattan, it was claimed she was known as the “lady of the house”.

The FBI also found copies of a 58-page manual that gave strict instructions to all staff.

Evidence from the 2005 raid on the Florida mansion has already been brought up in the Maxwell trial after a massage table, which the woman claims was used to give him the sexual massages, and a sex toy called the ‘Twin Torpedo’.

Palm Beach officer sergeant Michael Dawson told the court that officers were specifically looking for massage equipment and sex toys when the warrant was issued on Epstein’s property, as they seized items form the home.

As reported by the New York Post, he said: “We were looking for massage tables. We were looking for massage oils. We were looking for sex toys.”

Maxwell is currently on trial facing charges relating to sex trafficking in relation to her relationship with Epstein.

On the opening day of the trial, Prosecutor Lara Pomerantz said Maxwell had a “playbook” on how to abuse young girls and was Epstein's “partner in crime”.

The court heard how Jane, 14, met Epstein and Maxwell through a music camp.

As reported by The Mirror, Pomerantz continued: “Who was that woman targeting young girls for sexual abuse? It was the defendant: Ghislaine Maxwell.

"She helped normalise abusive sexual conduct.”

Prosecutors alleged that Maxwell would encourage the girls to give massages to Epstein but this would reportedly turn into sexual abuse.

The court heard last week from Epstein's former house manager, Juan Alessi, who testified that Epstein received three massages every day.

When Alessi was asked by prosecutor if he ever found anything 'unexpected', he found a "large dildo" that he describing as "a huge man's penis with two heads", according to the Daily Mail.

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Maxwell is on trial accused of charges of sex-trafficking girls as young as 14 between 1994 and 1997.

She denies the charges against her with her defence team insisting she is a "scapegoat" for Epstein's crimes.

Maxwell's trial continues and is expected to last until January.

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