Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell have been accused of touching his former receptionist's chest after the sex offender demanded a foot rub.

Maria Farmer, who used to work for the convicted paedophile, alleges she was attacked by Epstein and Maxwell at the same time after being instructed to give him a foot massage.

Epstein's life and death is examined in new Quest Red documentary Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein? and it features sensational allegations about the former lovers.

In the new film, Farmer alleges she saw suspicious activity at his New York mansion and was herself a victim of Epstein's depravity.

She claims she was led into a room by his ex-girlfriend Maxwell - who denies any wrongdoing - who ordered him to rub her boss' feet before allegedly joining in when Epstein started touching her chest.

Farmer says: "I remember him moaning and being very dramatic and so I said, 'Oh I think I’m not very good at this.'

Jeffrey Epstein, pictured left, and Ghislaine Maxwell, pictured right

"He put his hand like this and started arming me on my chest, and she [Maxwell] mirrored him.

"So, they were both like twisting me on my chest and it was really strange, and I felt really uncomfortable and embarrassed.

"I remember thinking she was so disgusting. That was, for me, the greatest moment of horror..."

Farmer adds that she feared for her life during the alleged attack.

Ghislaine Maxwell, pictured, at an event in New York in 2016

She says: "I remember thinking that I was going to die too and thinking about my mother and how my mum was going to handle this."

The disgraced financier, 66, was convicted in 2008 on a charge of procuring an underage girl for prostitution and of soliciting a prostitute.

He was arrested in July last year on sex trafficking charges involving underage girls, but allegedly killed himself in jail in August awaiting trial - although question marks have been raised over his apparent suicide.

Court papers have accused Maxwell – the daughter of newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell - of helping to procure girls for the paedophile to abuse.

Epstein died in prison last year

However, in court in 2015 Maxwell, who is in hiding, rejected ­allegations she acted as a procurer for Epstein and "strongly denies ­allegations of an unsavoury nature".

She went on to settle the defamation case, which was brought by Virginia Giuffre, who alleged Maxwell groomed her as a "sex slave".

Among Giuffre's claims was an allegation that she was trafficked to the UK to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was just 17, which the royal vehemently denied.

Other claims against Maxwell came from Epstein survivor Sarah Ransome, who claimed to have been abused by the sex offender and alleged the socialite was instrumental in providing him with a string of young women.

Speaking in a Panorama interview, Ransome claimed: "Ghislaine controlled the girls. She would be the one getting all the girls in check.

"She knew what Jeffrey liked … this was very much a joint effort."

Another Epstein accuser, Jennifer Araoz, made allegations against Maxwell.

In court papers filed in New York as part of a lawsuit against his estate, she alleged Maxwell "participated with and assisted Epstein in maintaining and protecting his sex trafficking ring, ensuring that approximately three girls a day were made available to him for his sexual pleasure".

Epstein, she claimed in the papers, "committed repeated sexual assault and battery upon Ms Araoz while Ms Araoz was a 14-15 year old high school student, including forcibly raping Ms Araoz".

Maxwell has denied all allegations of wrongdoing and has been in hiding since Epstein's death.

Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein? airs at 11pm Saturday 6 June exclusively on Quest Red and dplay