Rotherham abuse trial: Children’s charity boss denies pimping vulnerable girls for sex
A children’s charity boss accused of selling vulnerable girls to Asian men for sex has said there is ‘no truth whatsoever’ in the allegations against her.
Karen MacGregor was asked by her barrister Robert Wyn-Jones to her response to ‘the suggestion in this case that you have been pimping girls from children’s homes over the years’.
She said: “There is no truth in that whatsoever. There is no truth that I have pimped girls.
“Never ever have I pimped girls in my life. I have daughters of my own.”
Child sex abuse trial: Alleged pimp’s ‘character witness’ gave police evidence against her
A WOMAN alleged pimp Karen MacGregor was going to ask to be a character witness in support of her instead gave a statement against her when contacted by police.
MacGregor gave police the woman’s name when they first interviewed her about another woman’s claims she had been falsely imprisoned at MacGregor’s address and forced to have sex with men between 1993 and 1995.
Giving evidence at Sheffield Crown Court on Wednesday, MacGregor said she gave police the woman’s name because she had lived with her and her children.