Three men have been jailed for child sexual exploitation after forcing a 14-year-old girl they held captive, into prostitution.
Jack Cairns, Brandon Sharples and Jack McInally plied the teenager with drugs and held her at an address in Somerset Road in Coventry for five days.
21-year-old Cairns took explicit photos of her and posted them on an adult contact site called Viva Street. Police believe she was made to have sex with around 20 'clients' before the force rescued her on 13 June 2015.
Police found the girl dressed only in her underwear, trying to escape out of a first floor bathroom window.
DNA which was discovered on a duvet in a room where the teenager was forced to entertain visitors, was shown to have come from five different sources including Cairns.
20-year-old Sharples, 21-year-old McInally and Cairns were arrested at the scene on suspicion of child abduction.
At Warwick Crown Court, all three were found guilty of facilitating the sexual exploitation of a child.
Cairns was additionally found guilty of arranging child sexual exploitation and taking and distributing indecent images of a child.
Sharples from Wyley Road in Road, Cairns from Cheveral Avenue and McInally of no fixed address were remanded in prison and are set to be sentenced in January.
Investigating officer, Detective Constable Jon Barker, said:
DC Jon Barker hopes the jury will sentence the trio to "long jail terms”.