Jeffrey Epstein's dark and morbid lifestyle is now slowly unfolding after his apparent suicide in a New York corrections facility. Newly unearthed court documents have revealed that the former American financier once flew in over three 12-year-old girls from France as a sex gift to himself. 

One of Epstein's victims, Virginia Giuffre, claimed that Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell coerced her and others to become sex slaves to the convicted sex offender.  Giuffre added in court papers that she was 15 when the disgraced financier molested her. She said she had met the girls when they were flown in, and the former media mogul would then fly them back to France the next day. 

The disturbing details are just excerpts from Epstein's sex-fueled lifestyle that has caught international attention from the past few months.  Giuffre mentioned that the "pretty 12-year-old girls was a surprise birthday gift from one of his friends and they were from France."

She added that they were sent by "Epstein's acquaintance Jean-Luc Brunel, a model scout" from France, the New York Post reported. The documents also showed that Epstein boasted afterward that the 12-year-olds were flown to him because they were so poor that their families would do anything for money. 

The 2015 court papers were part of a 2008 civil lawsuit filed by two Epstein accusers. The case is still ongoing. Federal Judge Kenneth Mara had recently ruled that Florida federal prosecutors moved illegally when they neglected to notify Epstein's underage victims of the wrist-slap deal. 

His sentence included a lenient non-prosecution deal that protected the financier's alleged co-conspirators. As of now, Epstein's colleagues who were mentioned in the court documents are still at large and no criminal cases have been against them because of the plea bargain. 

Epstein took his life after pleading guilty to having sex with a minor on Aug. 10, after being detained on federal sex-trafficking charges, authorities said.

Guiffre also said that Epstein described to her how the 12-year-old girls massaged him and performed oral sex. "He went on to tell me how Brunel bought them in Paris... offering them conventional sums of money, visas, and modeling career prospects," quipped the witness

She continued that Epstein would laugh all the way through, adding that he thought "it was brilliant how simply money seduced all walks of life." The court documents also alleged that the former financier also took underage girls from South America and Eastern Europe to have sex on his whim. 

The multimillionaire businessman spent $1 million to help launch Brunel's Miami-based modeling firm MC2. In return, Epstein would have an unlimited "supply of girls on tap," according to the recent documents. 

Jeffrey Epstein is seen in this handout photo obtained on July 11, 2019 courtesy of the New York State Sex Offender Registry Jeffrey Epstein is seen in this handout photo obtained on July 11, 2019 courtesy of the New York State Sex Offender Registry Photo: New York State Sex Offender Registry / HO

Since the news of Epstein's debauchery exploded in international media, MC2 denied any connection to the disgraced financier. The company also added that Brunel is no longer a part of the firm.

Giuffre, now 35, lives in Australia. She also claimed that she was forced to have sexual intercourse with "Britain's Prince Andrew when she was 17."