Asked to describe why she got involved in the robbery she said:
I think I just absolutely snapped. It was just hard either living the way they wanted me to or living on my own. Both were a struggle.
What did you want to get from it? she was asked by Andrew Edis QC.
I don't really know. I wasn't really thinking properly. I don't know what I was expecting.
Men entered the house, there was shouting I was dragged upstairs, they were searching the house, asking where the money was.
She said three maybe four men were in the house wearing hoods.
I was the one who made contact with them to come over, but as you can see from events I had no control and they turned on me as well.
The sister of Shafilea Ahmed said the events surrounding the teenager's death had "haunted" her for seven years.
The sister of Shafilea Ahmed broke down in tears as she described the moment she witnessed her parents allegedly murdering her sister.
On the second day of the trial into the death of Shafilea Ahmed, her sister Alesha has described her abusive relationship with her parents