- Mother of brothers Akhtar and Anjum Dogar speaks of her shame
- But she says one victim was ‘looking for a boy’ and ‘no one pressurised her’
- ‘Nobody can feel sorry for them unless they’re sorry themselves,’ she says
- Seven men found guilty last week of offences including conspiracy to rape, child prostitution and trafficking
PUBLISHED: 16:07 GMT, 19 May 2013 | UPDATED: 18:33 GMT, 19 May 2013
The mother of two brothers who formed part of the Oxford sex grooming gang has blamed her sons’ victims for the abuse they suffered.
A group of seven men were found guilty at the Old Bailey last week of a catalogue of offences, against girls as young as 11, including conspiracy to rape, child prostitution and trafficking over an eight-year period in the university city of Oxford.
Schoolgirls were plucked from the streets and care homes to be drugged, raped and sold into prostitution.
But the mother of two members of the gang, brothers Akhtar Dogar, 32, ad Anjum Dogar, 31, has claimed one of the victims was not ‘pressurised’.
The mother of two brothers who were part of the Oxford sex grooming gang has said ‘no one pressurised’ one of the victims