‘They knew they shouldn’t be buy­ing us drinks or feed­ing us drugs, they knew that’

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THE vic­tim of a Bucks child sex groom­ing gang has said she can now move for­ward with her life af­ter six of the men were found guilty.

The fe­male, who can­not be named for le­gal rea­sons and was known as Girl B through­out the trial has spo­ken out fol­low­ing the ver­dicts. She said: “I’d leave in the morn­ing in my school uni­form and I’d come home at three in the morn­ing in my school uni­form.

“These men knew our age. No girl should ever feel that they have to use their body or what they’ve got as their selling point.

“They knew they shouldn’t be buy­ing us drinks and feed­ing us drugs, they knew that.

“The re­lief that they have been found guilty, you feel it’s such a weight off your shoul­ders.

“You know you can get on with your life now. That bur­den that is at the front of your mind and the back of your mind is gone.

“You can def­i­nitely move on and for­ward.

“I can now turn that around and use it as a pos­i­tive and some­thing that is go­ing to help tackle that thing from hap­pen­ing in the fu­ture.”

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