A victim, known as only as Girl E, said she thought she loved her attacker, Renato Balog, but he soon became "nasty".
I felt very confused and embarrassed. I was ashamed in myself for doing these things with him even though I didn't want to do them.
Another victim, known as Girl A, said:
I felt upset and scared, the boys told me if I told police they would kill me and my family and I thought they would.
When we had to go to court I had to go to London and stay there. It was proper hard. I cried. It was hard to talk.
I was worried people would laugh at me and wouldn't be able to understand me because of how I speak and I was embarrassed about talking.
After I left court it felt like a long time waiting and felt like nothing was happening. I thought that the boys were going to get out and get me.
I am still frightened that they will kill me when they get out.
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