Three brothers who plied a 15-year-old girl with drink and drugs and then forced her to have sex with up to 40 men for money have been jailed.
Christopher, Shane and Matthew Whiteley, from Hackenthorpe, Sheffield, were sentenced to 15, eight and seven years respectively after being found guilty of child prostitution.
Christopher Whiteley was also sentenced for sex offences against other victims.
The brothers were convicted after a trial at Sheffield Crown Court.
Associate Amanda Spencer, who was found guilty of four child prostitution offences, was jailed for three years. The sentence will run consecutively to a 12-year jail term imposed in 2014 for similar offences.
Taleb Bapir, who was convicted of rape, was jailed for ten years.
BREAKING: Members of Sheffield child prostitution ring jailed for 43 years
Four men and a woman involved in Sheffield child prostitution ring that led to the sexual exploitation of five young girls have been jailed for a combined total of 43 years.
Brothers, Christopher, 23, Matthew, 25, and Shane Whiteley, 30, all of Weakland Crescent, Hackenthorpe were found guilty at an earlier hearing, of multiple sexual offences including rape, sexual assault against a child under 13 and conspiracy to arrange child prostitution and theft.
Amanda Spencer pimped out 15-year-old Sheffield girl to 50 men
Amanda Spencer pimped out 15-year-old Sheffield girl to 50 men vulnerable 15-year-old girl, who was taken into foster care following her mother’s death, was pimped out to 50 men in three months by Sheffield sex gang leader Amanda Spencer.
Judge Peter Kelson QC sentenced 26-year-old Spencer to three years in prison after being found guilty of four counts of arranging child prostitution in relation to Girl A, who cannot be named for legal reasons, at Sheffield Crown Court today.
This follows Spencer being jailed for 12 years in 2014 after being found guilty of 16 offences relating to child prostitution in Sheffield.
Whiteley brothers used council flat in Sheffield city centre to prostitute vulnerable girl
Three brothers involved in a Sheffield child prostitution ring, who were today sentenced to a total of 30 years in prison, used a council flat to prostitute a vulnerable teenage girl to dozens of men.
Shane Whiteley, 30, Matthew Whiteley, 25, and Christopher Whiteley, 24, all of Weakland Crescent, Hackenthorpe, were all found guilty of one charge of child prostitution last month, relating to a girl who was aged between 16 and 17-years-old at the time.
Shane had only been out of prison for a matter of weeks in January 2009 when he started running a business dealing drugs from a council flat in Victoria Court, West Street that he had been allocated on release.
Members of Sheffield child prostitution ring jailed for 43 years
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