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New York financier Jeffrey abstinence charged with sex trafficking and sex acts with children as young as fourteen and as he waits to learn whether he will be granted bail he's no longer living behind the fifteen foot oak doors of his mansion on the Upper East Side he's in a cell downtown road is legal correspondent Brendan Pearson is being held at the metropolitan correctional center in lower Manhattan %HESITATION this is the jail where federal prisoners are typically held pending trial former inmates they're included Joaquin goes one better known as el Chapo Bernie made off spend some time there the MCC is known as a pretty tough jail it's %HESITATION high security facility there's not much for inmates to do it I mean there aren't classes or things like that just five miles from the MCC sits Jeffrey up teens seven story town house it's one of the most expensive homes in New York City stone faces stare out over the sidewalk below his initials are set in brass in the stone doorway the doors are showing the marks were federal agents used crowbars to enter the residence Saturday night federal prosecutors say the home is worth seventy seven million dollars and they're trying to seize it among its dean's other assets he owns a Caribbean island a New Mexico ranch and a state in Florida and an apartment in Paris it's not clear when Eckstine might be able to return here if ever his lawyers have said that they plan to seek is released on bail the prosecutors are arguing that he should not get bail that he should stay in the MCC I mean he he's known to have at least one private jets and he has connections outside of the United States the prosecutors have said that basically no matter what the bail conditions where it wouldn't be enough to ensure that he wouldn't flee the country that's team pled not guilty to all charges the sixty six year old is facing up to forty five years in jail if he's convicted his bail hearing is set for Monday he's denied he could remain at the M. C. C. through his trial depending on that verdict is next address could be a federal prison