There will be no topless teens for twisted billionaire Jeffrey Epstein this time.
The 66-year-old hedge fund is a New York judge ruled on Thursday.
Epstein's legal wanted the fiendish friend of the famous under the house arrest at his $ 77 million New York mansion.
He has pleaded not guilty.
Previous dealings with legal authorities saw the politically connected pervert flout the rules of his sweetheart deals.
Prosecutors said Epstein poses a danger to the community and a flight risk. A Saudi passport stashed to his Big Apple home was all that was needed.
Lawyers for Epstein have said their client has had an unspecified record since he pleaded more than a decade ago to a state prostitution charge in Florida and registered as a sex offender.
But critics lambasted that plea deal claiming it was a politically-motivated free pass.
Meanwhile, Epstein's former IT chief told ABC News he quit over the seedy scene at the financier’s infamous “Pedophile Island” in the Caribbean.
Steve Scully said his compound in the Virgin Islands was festooned with the photos of topless women.
"There were photos of topless women everywhere," Scully, 69, told the network.
"On his desk, in his office, in his bedroom."
The father of three added that Epstein's gym featured a giant framed photo of another topless woman.
Scully set up Epstein's communications network on the 72-acre island.
The island was wired up everywhere – including the sicko's secret cove that he called "the grotto".
But the topless photos were nothing compared to the army of young girls prancing around the island, riding ATVs, sunbathing topless poolside or on the beach.
"They could have been more than 15 or 16 years old," he said, adding there were no parents around.
Eventually, Scully was sickened by what he saw and now regrets his tenure on the twisted mogul's payroll.
"The truth is, I was there for six years. I started seeing things weren't normal in the first year. And I started… I wear shame and guilt, ”he said.
"Because you know what? You have lost all thought of moral consciousness. It’s not about the money. It can’t be. "