Voodoo sex ring made me ‘eat cock’
ACCUSED: A woman accused of running a voodoo sex ring has claimed she had had to “eat cock” as part of a black magic ritual.
Lizzy Idahosa, 24, told how she was put through a “juju” ceremony before leaving Nigeria for Britain because she was a lesbian.
Idahosa claims she was made to visit a voodoo man before being brought to Britain to escape being sacrificed for girl-on-girl sex romps.
She allegedly organised for two other women to follow her to Britain – and is accused of arranging for them to go through terrifying voodoo rituals.
A court heard that the African witchcraft ceremony was used to make the women, 24 and 29, have sex with hundreds of strangers.
They women claim the “juju” magic was so powerful that they feared they would go mad or die if they stopped having sex with men.
But Idahosa told a court that she’d also had sex with hundreds of men after being put through the same voodoo magic.
She said: “I was taken to see a man and he gave me the roast heart of a cock and I ate it as if it was eating normal meat.
“I swore an oath. It was in Nigeria before I came to the UK.”
Idahosa and her husband Jackson Omoruyi, 41, allegedly made more than £70,000 out of the two women.
The two women were allegedly tricked into coming to the UK – one believed she was going to find her long lost father, the other thought she was going to work in a shop.
Before they left they went through “juju” rituals where they were forced to eat live snakes and snails and were cut with knives.
A court heard that one of the women were told to pretend she was a lesbian so she could evade the UK border agency.
The pair were allegedly made to have sex with men up and down the country before eventually being tracked down by immigration officials working in Cardiff. Ms Rees added: “They were bound by a juju ritual.
“It was a ceremonial ritual used to full effect to terrify both women into doing what was demanded of them. It was used to ensure compliance secrecy and they believed if they broke the bond dire consequences would follow – illness, madness, infertility or death.
“They genuinely believed the powers would work.”
Idahosa and Omoruyi were later arrested at their home in Brockley, South London.
Heavily pregnant Idahosa told police she met the two women when they were all working in the same massage parlour.
Both Idahosa and Omoruyi pair deny seven charges of trafficking persons into and within the UK for sexual exploitation and inciting prostitution and disguising criminal property.