Jeffrey Epstein’s former bodyguard floated his theory that his old boss probably had help with commiting suicide while in federal custody, but was reluctant to talk at length.

"Somebody helped him to do that," former UFC fighter Igor Zinoviev, who was also Epstein’s driver and trainer, told New York Magazine. When pressed why he believed Epstein had help, Zinoviev said, "Listen, you know, that’s going a little too deep."

"I’m not sad. I mean, I didn’t have anything against him, like a bad thing, you know? I don’t care about his life completely," he continued. "I don’t give a, let’s say, like, crap about how he die, how he live, or how he’s managed."

Zinoviev later warned interviewer M.L. Nestel to not put himself in "trouble" after asking him about his earlier claims that Epstein would get phone calls warning him in advance when police were going to visit.

"You said: 'He always do something wrong. There was some nights in question. There was at home arrest and police, before they come to the house, they call him and tell him they coming in at eight o’clock in the morning. It’s all corruption you know. It’s all bullshit,'" Nestel told Zinoviev.

"Listen, don’t put yourself in trouble. Seriously," Zinoviev replied, adding, "Let that go. Seriously. Let that go." He refused to talk about it over the phone any further.

Epstein was found dead in his prison cell at the Manhattan Correctional Center on Saturday. Attorney General William Barr announced that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz will launch an investigation into the circumstances of the accused sex trafficker's alleged suicide.