Prosecutors detail some of what was found in Epstein raid

We’re learning more about what authorities found when they raided Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion.

While “piles of cash,” a fake but expired passport, and diamonds were found, authorities at a bail hearing Monday noted a mysterious lack of financial documents, CBS News reports.

The passport was issued in the ’80s. It had Epstein’s picture, a fake name, and a Saudi Arabia address. Two of his accusers also testified.

Epstein faces charges related to child sex trafficking. The judge in case did not rule on bail – saying he need more more time to consider the decision. That means Epstein will remain in jail until at least Thursday.