Inside Jeffrey Epstein's Manhattan Mansion Where Feds Say They Found Nude Photos of Girls

The initials of the billionaire, who was taken into custody in New York on sex trafficking charges, appear in brass on the home's doorway.

What's inside the $77 million Manhattan mansion owned by Jeffery Epstein, the billionaire who was arrested in New York on sex trafficking charges?

Along with taking Epstein into custody, the FBI raided the mansion and uncovered a life-size female doll hanging from a chandelier and “an extraordinary volume of photographs of nude and partially-nude young women or girls,” according to court documents.

The opulent mansion was built in 1933 for a member of the family that owns Macy's. Over the years it has been a convalescent hospital and a prep school.  

Today, it has a heated sidewalk to melt snow and ice in the winter. Epstein's monogram is in brass in the doorway.

Inside, there's a lead-lined panic room beneath the stairs.

Epstein also spent a lot of time on his private jet, where Chauntae Davies says she worked. She told Inside Edition she became concerned by the increasing number of young women surrounding Epstein.

“On almost every trip that I did go on there were young girls around,” she claimed.

She said the women didn't appear to have regular jobs, and she began to wonder why they were there.

Looking back, she said, there were red flags she should have seen.

Epstein has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.