Since his arrest, Jeffrey Epstein has experienced a massive shift in his living style. But how does his new life behind bars compare to life on the outside?

Before his arrest, Epstein’s primary home was located in New York City and was considered one of the biggest private homes in Manhattan. The New York Times had previously reported that the estimated value of the property was $56 million, boasting 40 rooms between bedrooms and bathrooms among the building’s seven floors.

Epstein wasn’t shy about using the space, either, with a reception room that spanned two stories housing a desk that could fit nearly 20 people. Epstein also lined the house with pictures of public figures like Woody Allen and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, along with equally strange paintings that included one of him in the middle of a very detailed prison.

Things only get stranger with the décor, including framed eyeballs and a human doll hanging from the chandelier. As an added bonus, a heated sidewalk to keep the snow melted during the winter. And that’s all without getting into his properties in Paris, Palm Beach, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, to name a few.

Standing in stark contrast, Epstein’s current residence is located in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City. The jail acts as home to 800 inmates currently standing trial, and a list of infamous former residents that includes Bernie Madoff and Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

The jail has been received plenty of criticism from inmates and lawyers, comparing the conditions to Guantanamo Bay. These accusations stem from alleged roach and rat infestations, extreme cold or heat, and water problems. It has even been criticized by Amnesty International as being subpar for housing and treatment.

Epstein is believed to be held in a wing referred to as “9 South,” which acts as a separate special housing unit for inmates. While in protective custody, Epstein is allowed out for recreation for an hour a day to keep him safe from general population, who many fear would target Epstein for his alleged sex trafficking crimes.

If moved to general population, he would be able to watch television.