Jeffrey Epstein said to fellow prisoners days before his suicide, that stocks are similar to women. Bill Mersey, the billionaire-pedophile’s cellmate has now revealed. 

Disgraced financier, the disgraced financier wasn’t able to cope with prison life. He even had his last meal on the ground and slept in an orange prison sock.

According to Mersey, “The prison was buzzing with our new felon.” Mersey spoke about finance and said that stock prices are similar to women. It is important to understand their motivations and what they are happy about. Pay attention to their reactions to news from around the world. This will allow you to predict their movement and win.

Epstein’s prison confidante, 71, said he once saw his cellmate return with neck abrasions, suggesting he had tried to hang himself.

Mersey said: ‘He struck me as depressed. Suicidal. He lay down on the ground, with his back towards his bunk, and began to eat the Styrofoam-based prison food.

Jeffrey Epstein told fellow prisoners in the days before his suicide that 'stocks are like women', the billionaire pedophile's cellmate Bill Mersey has revealed

Jeffrey Epstein said to fellow prisoners days before his suicide, referring to stock markets as if they were women. Bill Mersey, the billionaire and pedophile was also a prisoner.

Mersey (pictured) served a year at MCC in lower Manhattan after pleading guilty to federal tax evasion for under reporting income from his escort advertising agency

Mersey, (pictured), was sentenced to a year in MCC Lower Manhattan for federal tax evasion after admitting that he had under reported income from an escort agency.

‘I asked, “What the f*** are you doing? “Why are you eating on the ground?” His response was “It is just easier that way,” he said. He seemed to be somewhat resigned to the fate of that evening. He had been refused bail and faced the possibility of spending the rest of his time behind bars.

Mersey claimed that another prisoner heard the sounds of tears in sheets the night before the victim died. He also said that he doesn’t doubt that he killed himself.  

Mersey was sentenced to a year in the Metropolitan Correctional Center, Lower Manhattan. He pleaded guilty to tax evasion after reporting his income through an escort agency.

He signed up in prison as an inmate companion’ – an MCC Program where prisoners go through four hours training and then shift around to help their fellow inmates with suicide watch. Prisoners are only paid 12 cents an an hour.

Mersey’s work in the suicide program was what led him to have direct contact with Epstein during his time in prison.

This is Ghislaine Maxill’s second day of trial. Her defense team has opened their case. 

Mersey served as an 'inmate companion' at MCC (pictured) where he had direct contact with Epstein

Mersey worked as an ‘inmate friend’ at MCC, where he was in direct communication with Epstein.

Ghislaine Maxwell's trial resumes today as her defense team opens their case helped by a parade of 35 witnesses

Today, Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial is resumed as her defense team presents their case with the help of 35 witnesses

Epstein’s alleged “madam” is expected to fight at her sextrafficking trial. She will be assisted by 35 witnesses.

According to court papers, the defense of the British socialite could be more than the prosecution case. The prosecution had 24 witnesses and took place over two weeks.

The four women were among them, and they included Epstein’s accusation of either abusing or’serving up’ them when they were teenagers.

Maxwell’s lawyers shocked observers by saying that they anticipated hearing all 35 testimony in two to three days before defense arguments.  

Some witnesses come from far away and may not agree to testify, if their identities are protected by the New York court. 

Ghislaine Maxwell, 59, is shown in a court sketch. No cameras are allowed inside her sex trafficking trial in New York City

Ghislaine Maxwell (59) is seen in a sketch. In New York City’s sex trafficking trial, cameras are not allowed

Court papers reveal the British socialite's defense could outsize the prosecution case, which had 24 witnesses over two weeks

Court documents reveal that the British socialite may be able to outstrengthen the prosecution case. The trial had 24 witnesses and took place over two weeks.

The fast-paced nature of the defense case – with potentially more than ten witnesses squeezed into each court day – means Maxwell will almost certainly not give evidence. Pictured: Defense lawyer Bobbi Sternheim

The fast-paced nature of the defense case – with potentially more than ten witnesses squeezed into each court day – means Maxwell will almost certainly not give evidence. Bobbi Sternheim is the defense lawyer

The fast-paced nature of the defense case – with potentially more than ten witnesses squeezed into each court day – means Maxwell will almost certainly not give evidence.

If she did, it would mean she was subject to lengthy questions about her lifestyle of luxury and financial dealings with Epstein.

Maxwell’s family and friends are more likely to speak on behalf of the jury.

Bobbi Sternheim was her attorney and stated in a letter that she had written to Judge Alison Nathan, “Three witnesses from defense have asked to testify either under their first names or under pseudonyms.” 

The court could make it more difficult for these witnesses to testify in this case, which may affect Ms Maxwell’s rights to defend herself.

“We continue to work with defense witnesses from other locations, and are trying to arrange travel arrangements.”

The identities of the witnesses for defense have not been made public. 

Maxwell’s ‘little black book’ of contacts will also not be made public in her trial, the defense and prosecution have agreed.

Maxwell, who could face an 80-year prison sentence if found guilty of six sex trafficking charges, will begin the 'fight for her life' in New York when her lawyers launch her defence case

Maxwell faces an 80 year sentence for six charges of sex traficking. Maxwell will be able to start the “fight for her lives” in New York, when her defense lawyers begin her case

Manhattan federal judge Alison Nathan declared that small portions of the directory could not be released without seal.

According to some, it is a copy of Jeffrey Epstein’s famous 97-page, illegible book that contains the addresses and names of nearly 2,000 leaders from around the world, celebrities, businessmen, and others – such as Prince Andrew and ex-US presidents Donald Trump, Bill Clinton. 

The Duke and other people named in this book deny any claim that they participated in sexual abuse.  

Gawker published Epstein’s pages in 2015 but some of their contacts were deleted.

According to reports, the directory was taken by Epstein and Maxwell from Maxwell’s Palm Beach villa. Former butler Alfredo Rodriguez copied it before trying to sell it off to an FBI agent. 

Both legal teams made the decision to not include Maxwell’s directory in court over the weekend. This will give the defense a significant boost.

Only a few pages were mentioned after the judge had cautioned against unnecessary namedropping.

The defense, prosecution, and jury will only be able to see the tiny extract that was mentioned in court. 

These six charges are against Maxwell 


Incentives to encourage minors (maximum 5 years sentence) to participate in illegal sex activities  

 Incentive to minor to travel and engage in illegal sexual acts (20 years).

Conspiracy for minors to be transported with the intent of engaging in criminal sexual activities (20 years).

Transport of minors with the intent to engage criminal sexual activity (minimum 10 years, maximum life)

The Sex Trafficking Confessional

Sex Trafficking of Minors 

Ghislaine Maxwell also faces two charges of perjury but those counts are due to be tried after her sex crimes trial. 

She was accused of giving testimony in defamation proceedings in which she testified in 2016.  


Prosecutors claim Maxwell groomed three girls for Epstein between 1994-97. 

The indictment does not name them, however, she is alleged to have targeted them in London.

Maxwell, according to rumours, would make friends with the girls, asking about their childhood and schooling. It is alleged that Maxwell would take the girls to movies, and then go shopping with them, putting them at ease. This trust was enough to allow her to deliver them to Epstein later.

In order to “normalize” the later abuse, she allegedly undressed herself in front the girls and asked them sexual queries. 

The prosecutors claim that she not only assisted Epstein, but also took part in some of the abuse. 

The allegations of sex abuse include’sexualized group massaging’. 

Indictment states that Maxwell encouraged the girls to borrow money from Epstein and pay him for education.