The Queens woman who claims she was raped by Jeffrey Epstein as a teen is now suing three of his female employees for allegedly conspiring in the sick abuse.

An amended complaint filed Tuesday by Jennifer Araoz identifies maid Roslyn Fontanilla, secretary Lesley Groff and executive assistant Cimberly Espinosa, who worked for the dead pedophile in New York.

All of the women, Araoz claimed, “facilitated, as well as conspired with Epstein and other co-conspirators, to make possible and otherwise facilitate the sexual offenses committed against” her.

Araoz, now 32, said she was just 14 years old when she was recruited by an unknown woman outside her Manhattan high school to meet Epstein at his East 71st Street townhouse.

Upon arriving, she and the recruiter were greeted by Fontanilla, “who brought them to the secretary, Ms. Groff’s, office to wait,” according to the papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Araoz said she “identified that she was a freshman at the local high school” in front of Groff and Fontanilla and that she was later paid in cash by Groff for her visits to Epstein’s.

Epstein arranged for the meetups with Araoz through Groff and Espinosa, who managed other Epstein employees, as well as 11 corporate apartments he owned at East 66th Street, the suit alleged.

The filing noted that Fontanilla died in October 2016.

Araoz first sued Epstein’s estate and the hedge fund manager’s longtime gal pal and alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, in August.

Her new 56-page complaint also adds a slew of other defendants by name, including Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn, the executors of Epstein’s estate, and various companies linked to the financier.

In a previous interview, Araoz claimed Epstein raped her during a massage at his townhouse when she was 15. She said she never saw him again after the abuse.

Epstein hanged himself in his jail cell in August weeks after being nabbed on federal sex-trafficking charges.

Espinosa did not immediately return messages. A relative of Fontanilla’s declined comment.

Groff’s lawyer Michael Bachner denied Araoz’s allegations.

“As an executive assistant to Epstein, Lesley worked as part of a professional staff that included in-house attorneys, accountants, an office manager and other office staff,” he said in a statement. “Lesley’s job included making appointments for Mr. Epstein as directed by him, taking his messages, and setting up high-level meetings with CEOs, business executives, scientists, politicians and celebrities. At no time during Lesley’s employment with Epstein did she ever engage in any misconduct.”