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Creepy unseen pics reveal Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘baby-making factory ranch where he hosted Prince Andrew’

NEVER-before-seen photos reveal the incredible opulence of Jeffrey Epstein's notorious New Mexico 'baby making factory'.

The shamed paedo used the mysterious Zorro Ranch as a playground for his VIP guests and A-list pals.

Set in the hills outside Santa Fe, the estate - worth $12 million or £10 million - even had a private runway for his plane the so-called Lolita Express.

These exclusive images show the disgraced billionaire's vintage gun collection and extravagant gothic furnishings inside the 10,000-acre spread.

Other images show rooms with highly-polished wooden floors, a plush looking library, a drawing room with a grand piano and one of the many bedrooms.

Epstein, 66, reportedly wanted to use the ranch as a base where women would be inseminated with his sperm and bear his offspring.

Multiple women have claimed that they were recruited and sexually abused by Epstein at the ranch which also had an antique railroad car and train tracks.

Last month, Epstein's former housekeeper claimed that Prince Andrew visited the hideaway for a three-day stay in 2001.

Other images show marble busts and vast oil paintings lining gleaming corridors.

The financier's decor also included half-naked statues holding up an immense fireplace and a coral armchair with exotic horns as armrests.

The master bedroom comes complete with a large leather headboard and leather-trimmed pillowcases and sheets.

The photographs also show framed personal photos of Epstein riding a horse in a US flag T-shirt and a picture of him wearing rubber boots and speaking with an unidentified man.

Photos of the Prince with Epstein were also scattered around the walls, it was previously reported.

Epstein even had an x-rated portrait of a nude Ghislaine Maxwell with her legs wide open as the centrepiece of an "underage party pool".

A source, who worked on the financier's estate for 15 months beginning in late 2000, says she took the images of the ranch's interior during her time inside the home.

The woman, who has asked to remain anonymous, was employed to convert the voltage of numerous chandeliers and other lighting fixtures which Epstein had purchased from abroad.

She believes she saw Virginia Roberts, the woman who accused Epstein of sexual abuse and trafficking her to Prince when she was 17, at the ranch.

"Now that I look back I wish I understood what was happening," she said. "I talked to him at least three times.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein and what is he accused of?

Jeffrey Epstein is a US financier who was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution in 2008.

He was arrested on July 6, 2019 for sex trafficking minors in Florida and New York.

Epstein was arrested on July 6, 2019 on sex trafficking charges.

Court documents allege that at least 40 underage girls were brought to Epstein’s mansion for sexual encounters.

He was arrested at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.

FBI agents are also said to have broken down the door to his Manhattan townhouse.

He pleaded not guilty to child sex trafficking charges in New York and could face 45 years in prison if found guilty.

On July 18, a federal judge said that the disgraced financier presented a "danger to the community" and must stay in one of New York's toughest prisons while he awaits a trial over the sex trafficking accusations.

The shamed financier was locked up amid fears he would flee the country.

"One time that stood out to me was when we talked about a chandelier he wanted custom-made for a room.

"So we had gone into that room and that day there was a girl there that was about 16. I'm pretty sure it was Virginia. She seemed like she didn't want to be there."

Epstein infamously hatched a plot to have 20 women at a time impregnated at the ranch to seed the human race with his DNA, according to a report in the New York Times.

There is no evidence that he followed through on this plan.

He committed suicide in August 2019 while behind bars at the Manhattan Correctional Facility in New York.

He was being held without bail pending trial on child sex-trafficking charges. Since his death, more than 20 women have accused the sex offender of abuse.

The Prince, 59, was forced to withdraw from public life over his links to Epstein and he has said he now regrets his relationship with the shamed tycoon and has expressed sympathy for Epstein’s victims.

Drone footage shows Jeffrey Epstein's secluded New Mexico ranch