Jeffrey Epstein told jail psychologist ‘being alive is fun’ before suicide

Jeffrey Epstein told jail psychologist ‘being alive is fun’ before suicide


Jeffrey Epstein repeatedly denied being suicidal in the weeks before he killed himself in 2019 — and even told one psychologist “being alive is fun,” according to newly released prison records.

New details surrounding the convicted pedophile’s final days in Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center are detailed in more than 2,000 pages of Federal Bureau of Prisons records obtained by the New York Times in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

Epstein, who was at the time awaiting trial on child sex-trafficking charges, hanged himself in his cell on Aug. 8, 2019.

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He avoided being put on suicide watch at least twice during his 36-day detention after prison psychologists who assessed him found he should remain under “psychological observation” instead, the documents show.

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