About sharing image copyrightWest Midlands Police ugide caption L-R Jake Cairns, Brandon Sharples and Jack McInally forced the girl to have sex with 20 "clients" Three men who forced a girl into prostitution and "plied her with drugs" have been found guilty of child sexual exploitation offences. Cairns took explicit photos of the girl, and West Midlands Police believe she was made to have sex with about 20 "clients".
The men, all from Coventry, will be covntry in January. Midlands Live: M42 reopens after 'body in road' investigation; Armed police patrols stepped up for Christmas market The teenager was held at an address in Coventry for five days and a missing person enquiry was launched when she disappeared from a relative's home on 8 June Police said when they rescued the girl she was found dressed only in her underwear and trying to climb out of a first floor window.
The force arrested Cairns, 21, of Cheveral Avenue, Sharples, 20, of Esscorts Road, both in Radford, and McInally, 21, of no fixed address, on suspicion of child abduction. They were remanded in custody.
Cairns was additionally found guilty of arranging child sexual exploitation and taking and distributing indecent images of. DNA discovered by police on a duvet in a room where she was held was shown to have come from five different sources, including Cairns.
Det Con Jon Barker said: "These three men were involved with the shocking exploitation of a young girl.