Jeffrey Epstein’s Ex-Cop Cellmate Says He Saved Epstein Life

July 27, 2019

A cellmate of Jeffrey Epstein – a former police officer facing the death penalty on charges of committing four murders, told authorities he rescued the billionaire after Epstein attempted to hang himself by altering correctional officers.

Law enforcement confirmed that the cellmate, Nicholas Tartaglione, claimed to have helped Epstein after discovering him unconscious. An investigation is ongoing whether an assault occurred prior to Epstein attempting to take his own life.

A sources to reports, “You’ve got a guy who is a millionaire who is now living among rats and mold and want to go home.”

An attorney for Tartaglione confirmed the report but declined to into detail about the incident.

It is believed that Epstein genuinely believed he was going to earn bail and return to his $77 million Upper East Side mansion. Sources said Epstein was found on the floor of his cell with bruises on his neck early this week while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.

The jail Epstein is housed is famous for its tight security and notorious inmates, who have included terrorists, Wall Street schemers, and until recently, Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

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