One of the 1,400 victims of child sex abuse highlighted in a report spanning 16 years has said she believes the attacks are still going on today.
She told ITV News that the kind of exploitation outlined in Prof Alexis Jay's dossier was "every day life" for young people in Rotherham.
It comes as the former head of children's services, Sonia Sharp, admitted she knew about the sexual abuse going on in Rotherham as long ago as 2005.
ITV News correspondent Damon Green reports:
Children as young as 11 were raped by large groups of men, a new inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham has found.
A report into 16 years of child sexual abuse in Rotherham has concluded that the true scale of exploitation in the town will never be known.