Photos from inside Jeffrey Epstein's ranch have been unveiled in a new set of photos - including one of an eight-person shower.
The late convicted sex offender brought VIP guests to the secluded 10,000-acre Zorro Ranch in New Mexico a few times a year.
Images from inside the property show a winding staircase leading downstairs - and it is claimed Epstein had an underground 'strip club' for entertaining his visitors with teenage girls.
"I had seen things in the house, on the computers, which made me evaluate whether I should be working for him or not," a former contractor told Albuquerque radio.
"There was numerous photographs in frames, in his library, his office, on the walls, of young underage girls topless and him and various other powerful people."
The contractor also claimed Epstein had sculptures of a 'sexual nature'.
He said 'everybody would get in' the 'party' shower.
Another source claimed there were secret cameras in every room.
Pictures of the ranch, released by the Daily Mail, show the estate's vast scrubland, with outhouses in the middle of the acres of land.
The home is even said to have its own small airport.
Inside, the apparent 'party shower' is lined with oils and toiletries.
Meanwhile an indoor bathing area has a big pool and a hot tub.
A life-sized painting of Jesus on a golden cross hangs on the walls of one of the bedrooms.
In a library, antique furniture fills the room along with Gothic chandeliers.
The anonymous contractor said: "It's a huge home, when you approach it, it looks like a resort hotel, way up on the hill, you can barely see it from the town down below, and there's a long loop road up there and he's got a small airport. "
He said Epstein would go to the ranch a couple of times a year with an entourage of about 30 people who he would party with.
Another former contractor told the radio station that underground in the property, Epstein had a 'club' with poles.
He said it was used for dancing and entertainment but staff were not allowed down there.
The ranch is one of several homes which Epstein had.
Epstein, 66, was found hanging in his Manhattan jail cell - where he was awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges he denied - and he was pronounced dead in hospital a short time later.
The disgraced financier's death on August 10 was ruled a suicide by New York City's chief medical examiner.
He was not sharing a cell with another prisoner at the time of his death.