I was going to ask how he got through the house...but decided to just read the article...
"We got into the house, and we came upon a scene that even people who had experience with hoarding, had never experienced a situation like this. The materials in his house were stacked all the way from floor to ceiling," Riggleman said. "Most hoarders will leave pathways. But he had things stacked up so high, the only way he could move through the house was to crawl on top of it. He had crawl spaces up top, and that's how he got around the home."
Most of Epstein's belongings were contaminated with cockroaches, bed bugs and spiders.
Epstein could not be reached for comment.
Since Thursday, when a search-and-abatement warrant was issued to get into the house, 22 truck loads of items have been removed from Epstein's home by code-enforcement officials, a fire prevention team, animal control experts and mental-health workers.
As of today, Riggleman said the junk-removal company has only finished clearing 60 percent of the home. Officials have already removed nine dead cats, 33 living cats and six refrigerators of food decaying so badly the meat had liquefied.
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