AN alleged victim of child sexual exploitation said she was 'lured' into performing repeated sex acts and her abusers made her feel 'disgusting'.

Naim Khan, 41, of no fixed abode, Mohammed Nazir, 44, of Wood Farm Road, Oxford, Raheem Ahmed, 42, of no fixed abode, and Afzal Mohammed, 42, of Randall Street, Oxford all deny a string of charges including rape, conspiracy to rape and indecent assault.

Prosecutors say that among their crimes they abused one child who was plied with cannabis before being raped or sexually assaulted at parks, in cars and at homes across the city.

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It is claimed that she was 'pimped out' to men and the abuse is alleged to have involved three girls, aged from 13 to 15, between 1999 and 2001 in Oxford.

As the trial at Oxford Crown Court continued today jurors saw a series of recorded interviews with one of the alleged victims - none of whom can be named for legal reasons.

She told officers: "It just kept happening and it was making me think it was normal that that happened.

"But it also made me feel sick, I didn't want it to happen but somehow I got lured into it.

"Now I think about it, I just felt disgusting and it has taken me all these years to pluck up the courage to [talk] about it."

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Detailing how she came to meet the men she said they were often 'lurking' around and they would give her cigarettes in return for her pocket money, as well as offering her and a friend lifts.

She said after that the men would offer her drink and drugs before the sexual abuse started.

Going on to describe various instances where she claimed she was abused she said while at a house in East Oxford she was told she would 'have to pay for the drink' and then asked to perform sex acts on a number of men.

She said: "I felt disgusting and said I didn't want to do it."

The woman also recalled an alleged incident at another Oxford address where she said a group of six men arrived and she was told that sex was expected of her.

She said: "We had to sleep with them, have sex with them, it was disgusting, just one after the other.

"They stank of B.O., just sweaty old men."

The alleged victim also recalled an incident involving Naim Khan at a canal near Park End Street where she said he demanded sex with her in return for art supplies.

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She went on to say that she was threatened 'to get a slap' if she told her friend about what was going on.

She added: "I was so scared and thought I can't tell the police, I can't tell mum because she would be so disgusted with me and [that] it would be my fault."

She said that the abuse had led to problems after her alleged ordeal had ended and said: "It messed up my life, [I thought] being treated nastily was normal."

The men deny the charges and the trial continues.