A young girl was repeatedly raped and sexually abused by 10 friends in Buckinghamshire over a five-year period, a court has heard.
The victim was just 11 when she was groomed and raped by Iblal Fiaz, 21, who plied her with alcohol and drugs, Oxford Crown Court was told.
The girl – who cannot be named for legal reasons – believed she was in a relationship with Fiaz despite only being 11, Eleanor Laws QC said.
The barrister said after gaining her trust and after she turned 12, Fiaz made her perform sex acts on his brother Khasim Fiaz, 23, and at least eight other men.
She was made to take part in group sex sessions in cars, residential properties and a hotel with men taking it in turns to abuse her, it was alleged.
Fiaz regularly threatened the victim who was also fed cocktails of drugs such as cocaine, cannabis and ecstasy to reduce her reluctance, the jury of seven men and five women heard.
The offences are said to have been carried out in High Wycombe between 2007 and 2012 when the victim was between 11 and almost 16 and isolated from friends and family.
Warning the jury they would find the facts “difficult to hear”, Miss Laws said: “Once he had gained her confidence Iblal Fiaz introduced her to alcohol and drugs, and soon after to sex with other men.
“It was not in the end difficult to get her to perform sexual acts upon or with others.
“She will explain how she was often so affected by drink or drugs that she was in no state to refuse, and at other times she was threatened.”
Iblal Fiaz denies multiple rape charges, conspiracy to rape, trafficking in the UK for sexual exploitation, sexual activity with a child and causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
His brother Khasim Fiaz, with whom he lives at St Georges Close, High Wycombe, denies multiple rapes, conspiracy to rape and trafficking.
The complainant and Fiaz made friends over the internet when he was 16. Without her parents knowing, she would go out with him and smoke cannabis and drink alcohol.
She classed him as “her rock” and “he was giving her the attention that she craved,” said Miss Laws.
Soon after though, Fiaz, who got married in Pakistan around 2009, began picking her up in a car.
He would take the car to isolated spots where the victim was made to have sex with his friends, it was claimed.
When Fiaz left for Pakistan in 2008 he “appeared to leave her in the care of his brother Khasim Fiaz,” who was “less affectionate and more threatening”, Miss Laws said.
“She had sex with a number of men on the same night,” the barrister said.
The girl would be abused by groups of men at the same time, she added.
There are 44 charges against 10 defendants but the complainant told detectives she was also forced to have sex with several other men who are not on trial.
The victim sometimes drank so much and swallowed pills – thought to be ecstasy – that she passed out.
On September 6 2011 she was rushed by ambulance from a shopping centre to Wycombe General Hospital.
Hospital records show she arrived at 6.30pm.
The court heard Iblal Fiaz and an unknown man collected her later on.
“She recalls vaguely having sex with one of them in the car, although she cannot say which one,” said the prosecutor.
She later took several pregnancy tests; two came back positive, so she booked an appointment at a clinic for a pregnancy test several days later.
But before that happened she was driven to a hotel by Iblal Fiaz on October 29 2011, Miss Laws said.
The jury heard that the defendant dropped her off with an unknown man who raped her.
Despite bleeding, she was then raped by two other men, the prosecutor said, Mudassar Hussain, 19, and Jubroin Khan, 21.
Hussain, of Abbey Barn Road, and Khan, of Rutland Avenue, both High Wycombe, deny rape.
The girl took herself back to hospital because of the bleeding and records show she was admitted at 4.26am. A hospital pregnancy test proved negative and she was “advised that she had most likely miscarried”.
Miss Laws said: “Notwithstanding the fact that hospital staff noticed that she had arrived at an odd hour, alone and was behaving strangely, she was discharged from hospital. She took a taxi home at about 7am.”
The jury also heard that Fiaz collected the girl one day that month at 5am and dropped her off with three defendants, Ammar Rafiq, 19, Mohammed Adnan, 21 and Hussain, who all raped her.
“She got dressed in school uniform that she brought with her whilst all but Ammar Rafiq left the flat. She then made her own way to school,” said the prosecutor.
The girl was later referred to a psychiatric nurse after self-harming and skipping school. She was then referred to a counsellor who the complainant told what allegedly happened.
Police were called in and spent nine months interviewing her.
The remaining defendants, who all deny rape and are from High Wycombe, are: Ammar Rafiq, 19, of Castleview Gardens; Mohammed Adnan, 21, of Upper Green Road; Kasam Dad, 23, of Gibbs Road; Rameez Ali, 21, of West End Street; Janaid Sharif, 26, of Cambridge Crescent and little Asif Hussain, 21, of Plummer.
Khan and Dad also deny conspiracy to rape.
The trial continues on Thursday at 10.30am when the complainant is scheduled to give evidence