A 19-year-old woman lured two teenage girls to an empty house in Accrington so that they could be raped by three men, a court heard.
Stephanie Knight invited the girls on an evening out before they were given drink and drugs and taken to the house, it was claimed at Burnley Crown Court.
A jury heard that inside the house one of the girls was raped by Shahid Hussain.
The hearing was told Knight prevented the second girl going to her screaming friend’s aid as she was being raped by Shahid Hussain and told her the girl was ‘chilling with my boys’.
Knight was alleged to have threatened to ‘bang’ the second girl in a back alley when she refused to perform sex acts on any of the men and had kicked her out of the house.
Both alleged victims are said to have been sexually assaulted by Amjad Hussain as he took them home in a locked car.
Amjad Hussain, said to have also committed a sex act on the second girl, held a knife to her throat, it is alleged.
Shahid Hussain, of Drake Street, Tanveer Butt of St Albans Street, both Rochdale, Amjad Hussain, of Sharples Street, Accrington and Knight, of Preston New Road, Blackburn, all deny two counts of conspiracy to rape, between December 4 and December 7, 2009.
Butt also pleads not guilty to three charges of rape against the first girl and aiding and abetting Shahid Hussain to rape her. Knight also denies aiding and abetting rape. Shahid Hussain also pleads not guilty to three counts of rape against the first girl and Amjad Hussain also denies two allegations of raping the girl, and rape and sexual assault on the second girl.
The court heard claims that Knight provided the teenagers to Butt and the Hussain brothers for their sexual gratification.
Nick Courtney, prosecuting, said Butt, 39, is one of three defendants alleged to have taken it in turns to abuse the first girl in the darkened house.
He said that Butt was later picked out by her on a video identity parade but claimed he had never met her.
Butt denied any involvement to the police and said he had not known why he had been picked out.
Amjad Hussain, who told police he used to live at the house with his partner and still had the keys, told officers he had consensual sexual activity with the girls. He said it wasn’t done with force and claimed they were ‘all having fun’.
The court heard Shahid Hussain also claimed, like Butt, he had never met either of the girls.
Mr Courtney said: “Amjad Hussain said he was with the girls that night, but that he had consensual sexual encounters only with them.
“Stephanie Knight’s case is that all of the sexual activity was consensual.
“She said she did not get the girls to go there so the men at the house could rape them.”
The prosecutor continued: “The other two defendants’ case is that they were not with Amjad Hussain, Stephanie Knight and the complainants that night and that they had never met either of the complainants, let alone been involved in any sexual act with them.”
Mr Courtney alleged: “Much of the defendants’ accounts in interview is untrue.
“The agreement allegedly was that Stephanie Knight would provide girls for the defendants to have non consensual sex with that night.”