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Three men from Coventry who held a schoolgirl captive and forced her to have sex with 20 men have been jailed for a total of 18 years.

Jake Cairns, Brandon Sharples and Jack McInally were arrested and found guilty in November of facilitating the sexual exploitation of a child following a two-week trial at Warwick Crown Court.

The 14-year-old victim was plied with drugs and held at an address in the city where she was made to have sex with around 20 people during her five-day ordeal.

She was made to pose naked for photographs published online which claimed she was an escort

West Midlands Police officers rescued the girl when they found her trying to climb out of a first-floor bathroom window in only her underwear in a bid to escape her abusers.

Cairns, 21, of Cheveral Avenue in Radford , who was additionally found guilty of arranging child sexual exploitation and taking and distributing indecent images of a child, was sentenced to eight years in prison at Birmingham Crown Court today.

McInally, 21, of no fixed address, and Sharples, 20, of Wyley Road in Radford, were both jailed for five years.

In addition, all three were handed ten-year sexual harm prevention orders and ordered to sign the sex offenders register for life.

From left, Jake Cairns, 21, Brandon Sharples, 20, and Jack McNally, 21.

From left, Jake Cairns, 21, Brandon Sharples, 20, and Jack McNally, 21.

Alex Warren, Senior Crown Prosecutor with the West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service’s Complex Casework Unit said: “This case involved the most horrendous exploitation of a vulnerable young girl by the defendants. She was treated as little more than a commodity to be utilised for their financial gain.

“The prosecution was able to outline the role that each defendant played in her abuse and they must now face the consequences of their actions

“I would like to pay tribute to the victim’s courage and her support in helping to bring these three men to justice.”

An NSPCC spokesperson said: “These predators callously exploited a vulnerable teenage girl and forced her to endure a hellish ordeal.

“These sentences show that victims of child sexual abuse can get justice and highlight the importance of reporting concerns that a child or young person is being sexually exploited.

“It is vital we are all alert to the warning signs of child sexual exploitation. Anyone concerned about a child can contact the 24/7 NSPCC helpline in confidence and for free on 0808 800 5000.

“Childline is there 24/7 for children and young people wanting to speak to a trained counsellor free and confidentially on 0800 1111 or .”

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