A catholic schoolgirl was branded a ‘little white slag’ by a drug dealer who forced her to have sex with his mates, a court heard.Violent Arif Choudhury, 20, passed the teenage girl round other Asian males in Keighley after raping her in a churchyard.
Choudhury has escaped justice by leaving the country, but 14 other males face 28 separate sex crime allegations against the girl.
He took her to the New Jerusalem Church, Devonshire Street, and raped her in the grounds after she refused to continue delivering drugs for him..
“He was shouting and calling me ‘little white bastard’, ‘little white slag’,” said the girl, who was a virgin. “It wasn’t right nice, it was painful. I was shouting at him and he was laughing at me, raping me, but still laughing.”
The girl, who was taken into care in May, 2012, after making the allegations to police, said she was forced to have sex with the defendants after Choudhury raped her in May, 2011. Her mother had been advised by the police to keep a diary of her 'chaotic' life rather than investigate, a court was told. The court was told how the girl lived a 'chaotic existence' and that she went missing 71 times in the space of a year.
”The first time I tried to run off, but he dragged me back and hit me. He ran after me and caught me and hit me,” she said about Choudhury.
She said she knew a couple of the males because she would sell them drugs for Choudhury, who she was scared of because of his violence towards her. “Whenever he said jump I would say how high because he had raped me and I didn’t know what would happen next,” she said.
She couldn’t understand why Choudhury was exploiting her because he did not get money for offering her up for sex. She was raped in a churchyard, former police station car park, Cliffe Castle and Burgess Fields, behind the library and Leisure Centre, in Stockbridge Tunnel and in Dalton Lane. Four of her rapists were two sets of brothers.
Mrs Colborne QC told the jury: 'At times she said "no", at times she struggled and at times she gave in without saying anything at all. But at no time was she consenting.' The jury heard Choudhury - who is not on trial - 'scared' the girl and encouraged other males to have 'equally nasty' sex with her.
The group of men even designated the girl a 'corner' in a disused police car park where they daubed her name in graffiti and forced her to perform sex acts. Choudhury would allegedly take her to Bay 5 of the disused underground police station car of New Devonshire House, where there was a sofa.
Four males forced her to engage in sex acts with them as Choudhury restrained her on numerous occasions, the court heard. They cruelly began calling it 'her corner' and daubed her name - and their own - on the wall, said Miss Colborne.
Below; two of the men standing trial are Mohamed Akram, 62, (left), who denies a charge of sexual activity with a child, and Faisal Khan, 27 (right), who denies two allegations of rape.
Just and noble clans have ways of dealing with interlopers who attack their children and women on their home turf. Are there no fathers, uncles, brothers, cousins or male neighbors of these children in the UK? l