Warning: This article contains mentions of suicide and may not be suitable for every reader
At 6.30am on the morning of August 10, 2019, two prison guards went to deliver convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein breakfast in his cell, only to find him unresponsive. He was transported to hospital where he was later pronounced dead, aged 66.
Just over a month prior, the multi-millionaire had been arrested on sex trafficking charges at an airport in New York, after flying back from Paris on his private jet. The judge denied bail for Epstein over concerns that he could be a flight risk.
The financier’s death, described by authorities as ‘apparent suicide’, came as yet another blow for the trail of victims he’d left in his wake, denying them one last time of the justice they so desperately sought.
But not everyone remains