Following on from the previous post we go from one notorious Muslim grooming gang hotspot in the North. To Oxford in the south, another town equally plagued by Islamic sex gangs
Girl ‘who was first sexually abused by Asian gang when she was 15 was raped again in front of her sleeping baby son’
Seven men are accused of a string of sexual assaults and rapes in Oxford
Alleged victims were 15 and 13 when they were first abused by the gang
Some offences took place in car known as the ‘s**g wagon’, the jury heard
Defendants ‘caught up’ with first victim when she was an adult and once raped her as her baby son lay sleeping in the same room, the court heard
By STEPHANIE LINNING FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 15:27, 6 April 2016 | UPDATED: 18:14, 6 April 2016
A girl who was first abused by an Asian sex gang when she was a teenager was raped again by the same men as an adult, a court heard.
The alleged victim was just 15 and living in a care home in Oxford when she was introduced to the men by two other teenagers at the end of 1999, the court heard.
Over two years, the alleged victim was subject to a string of rapes and sexual assaults in a number of locations, including a guest house and a car that came to be known as the ‘s**g wagon’.
The defendants then ‘caught up’ with the woman once she reached her 20s and abused her between 2005 and 2007, in one occasion raping her in front of her baby son, it is claimed.
Abuse: One of the victims was molested at the Nanford Guest House in Oxford, pictured, the court heard
She is one of two women who claim they were abused by the gang of men as teenagers.
The second girl was just 13 when she was first targeted in 2007 and was the victim of a number of sexual assaults over two years, it is claimed.
Oxford Crown Court heard both girls were ‘enticed’ into a cycle of abuse that they were ‘not equipped’ to handle, or remove themselves from.
Qasim Hussain, 30, Owais Khan, 32, Assad Hussain, 35, Anjum Dogar, 34, and Alladitta Yousef, 46, known as ‘The Governor’, are all charged with a string of sex offences.
Naim Khan, 37, is also accused of supplying the girls with drugs while Akhtar Dogar, 35, faces an additional charge of threatening to kill the alleged victims.
The men, all from Oxford, stand charged with a total of 41 counts.
Opening the trial at Oxford Crown Court, prosecutor Stuart Trimmer QC, described the two alleged victims as ‘vulnerable’ and said they were ‘simply used by these defendants for entertainment’.
‘They were enticed into a world where they were not equipped to deal with the real intentions of these offenders.’
He said the defendants introduced the girls to drink and drugs to establish control, which was then reinforced by threats and involvement in shared criminal behaviour.
He continued: ‘The defendants did not fear discovery not expecting that anyone would complain or that if they did, expecting that they would not be believed.’
The jury heard the first girl had been in the care system since she was a toddler due to her mother’s persistent problems with alcohol abuse.
Oxford Crown Court, pictured, heard both girls were ‘enticed’ into a cycle of abuse they could not escape
‘Her personality was sunny and caring but vulnerable,’ the prosecutor said. ‘She always wanted lots of affection and wanted to please people. She would speak to anyone and trusted people quickly.
‘She wanted to see the best in people and would form attachments very quickly. She was lonely and just wanted to be loved.’
The jury heard that at the time she was introduced to the men she had the face of a 12-year-old but the body of a child aged seven or eight.
Mr Trimmer said the men asked her to join them drinking vodka and smoking cannabis in taxis, which they drove to a house because they were Muslim and did not want to be seen with alcohol.
In a statement read to the court, the alleged victim said the men had made her ‘feel like she was worth knowing’.
‘I had something that these people were interested in,’ she said. ‘And for a young girl to have older men interested in her you can kind of turn a blind eye to the nasty sexual side.’
Mr Trimmer said the girl was fearful she would be beaten if she tried to defy the group.
She went into her bedroom to sleep, however, he got into the bed behind her. She begged him to at least go into another room. She was in pain but did not want to make a noise in case she woke her son.
Prosecutor Stuart Trimmer QC
‘She didn’t want to fight them because she thought they had no limits,’ he said. ‘While these things were happening she felt like a bit of meat being passed around.’
The court heard the first sexual activity happened when the victim was drunk. She had been left with Assad, also known as ‘Ash’ in the back of a green people carrier.
Assad forced her to perform oral sex and then raped her immediately after, it was heard.
He said that the offending in the people carrier became so routine that the ‘s**g wagon’ had baby wipes and a bottle of water in the glove box so she could wipe her face and swirl her mouth out.’
The court heard how the teenager was also molested at bed and breakfast, Nanford Guest House, in Oxford. The prosecutor that she had sex with the men in exchange for drugs, including crack cocaine and heroin.
The abuse started again when she was an adult, the jury heard. The prosecutor said she was anally raped by Khan on a number of occasions, including once when her son was asleep in the room.
He said: ‘She went into her bedroom to sleep, however, he got into the bed behind her. She begged him to at least go into another room. She was in pain but did not want to make a noise in case she woke her son.’
On another occasion Akhtar Dogar and Assad drove her to a woodland area outside of Oxford and she believed she was going to be murdered, the court heard.
When they reached an area with soft ground, Akhtar Dogar said to her: ‘If you report me you end up like her, because that is where the last girl tried to report us is, she’s there.’
During the exchange he used a derogatory term for a white girl.
The sexual abuse of the 13-year-old girl only came to light when police found footage on Khan’s phone showing her being forced to perform oral sex on Hussain.
It was heard that both men had previously admitted their parts in the video but said they thought the young girl was over the age of consent.
However in a conversation recorded while they were in the cells, Hussain admitted he thought the girl was 15.
Assad Hussain, 35, is charged with six counts of indecent assault and rape. Anjum Dogar, 34, is accused of three counts of indecent assault and two of rape. Akhtar Dogar, 32, is charged with one count of indecent assault, two of rape and one of making threats to kill. Naim Khan, 37, is charged with two charges of indecent assault, two charges of supplying a controlled drug, one of rape, two of sexual activity with a child and one of causing a child to engage in sexual activity. Owais Khan, 32, stands accused of one count of indecent assault and five of rape. Alladitta Yousef, 46, is accused of four counts of indecent assault. Qasim Hussain, 30, is charged with one count of rape and two of sexual activity with a child.
The first 35 counts relates to the victim who alleged abuse started when she was aged 15 years.
The court was told that counts 36 to 41 were from a second girl who was aged just 13 years when the alleged abuse started between 2007 and 2009.
The defendants deny all charges. The hearing continues.