THE mum of an alleged rape victim wept as she gave evidence at the trial of the men accused of abusing her.

She told a jury at Bradford Crown Court yesterday that she found bits of paper in her daughter's bedroom "with Asian names on" and had heard "Asian voices" when the teenager accidentally phoned her once.

The court also heard that the teenager had told her mum that there was no way out of the situation she was in.

The mum, who cannot be named for legal reason, also alleged that her daughter said she was involved in something she could not talk about, adding: "She said they said they were going to pop our windows and firebomb the house. They told her they knew all our family."

The mum told the court that she answered a number of calls to one of her daughter's phones from "Asians", and that she told them the girl was 13. She added that one of the men rang back to say sorry.

The teenager, now 18, alleges that she was forced by drug dealer Arif Choudhury to have sex with 13 Asian males in Keighley, between May, 2011 and June, 2012, when she was aged 13 and 14.

The court heard a 999 call from May 2011 from the teenager's mum reporting that the girl had been raped. The girl later admitted that allegation was made up to avoid getting in trouble for being late home.

The mum talked the jury through a diary she kept after her daughter started going missing regularly and returning home in the early hours of the morning.

In early 2011, the mum said, she found "bits of paper with Asian names on".

Also, in July 2011, the mum said she found her daughter in Keighley, and had told her there "was a way out" of her situation, but that her daughter had shrugged her shoulders and replied: "Not always, mum."

During cross-examination, the mum admitted her daughter had "lied a lot throughout" during that period.

She was asked: "When she lied, she would give it all the detail in the world. She would embroider it with all the details in the hope and expectation so that you would believe her?"

The mum replied: "Yes".

Yasser Kabir, 25, of Belgrave Road, Keighley, denies four allegations of rape. Tauqeer Hussain, 23, of Belgrave Road, Keighley, and Nazir Khan, 23, of Buxton Street, Keighley, plead not guilty to three allegations of rape.

Israr Ali, 19, of Devonshire Street West, Keighley; Mohammed Sardar, 19, of Bradford Street, Lawkholme, Keighley; Saqib Younis, 29, of Bradford Street, Lawkholme, Keighley; Bilal Ziarab, 21, of Sedgwick Close, Manningham, Bradford; Sufyan Ziarab, 22, of Kendal Mellor Court, Keighley; Zain Ali, 20, of Buxton Street, Keighley, and Faisal Khan, 27, of Buxton Street, Keighley, deny two allegations of rape.

Rohail Iqbal, 22, of Skipton Road, Beechcliffe, Keighley; Rohail Hussain, 18, of Hawk Street, Lawkholme, Keighley, and a 17-year-old youth, who cannot be named, plead not guilty to one allegation of rape.

Mohammed Akram, 62, of Holker Street, Keighley, denies one charge of sexual activity with a child under 16.

The trial continues.