A teenager who had sex with a group of men was “just a toy to mess with,” a jury heard.

Now a woman in her mid-twenties, she told Bradford Crown Court she got drunk, took cocaine and cut herself as a coping mechanism.

She had sex with the men in turn after they began arriving at her house when she was 16, she alleged.

“It snowballed and I ended up sleeping with every single one of them. I lost my ability to say no,” she said.

The witness told the police she allowed the men to “party” at her home in return for food and cigarettes.

She was in her pyjamas one evening when three cars turned up containing a group of men and two young women.

She said the visitors brought “loads of alcohol” and one of the men told her: “Go in the bedroom and put something sexy on.”

When she refused, he grabbed her by the hair and frogmarched her until two men told him to get off.

The woman said she was scared and changed into leggings and a sequined top.

Another night, she was sure her drink had been spiked. She could not move her arms and she was “out of it.”

She recalled lying naked on a mattress with a light shining in her eyes. A man had been having sex with her and others were in the bedroom doorway, laughing.

The woman said she found out later that she had been filmed.

She blacked out and woke alone the next morning “feeling like I had just gone ten rounds with Mike Tyson.”

Asked how she felt, she said: “I don’t think I knew myself. I don’t think I was a person, just a toy to mess about with.

“I think I completely shut off from everything.”

She told how on one occasion she thought she was having sex with one man but turned to see it was another one that she didn’t like. He was “horrible” and laughing about it.

“I know it was abuse but at the time I thought it was attention that I wasn’t getting anywhere,” she said.

The woman said she felt hurt and embarrassed.

She fought back tears as she told the interviewing police officer: “It takes away your whole personality. You just become a shell. There is nothing there.

“I just wanted someone to care about me but no one ever did.”

She had undiagnosed mental health problems at the time and no support, she stated.

“That was the only life I saw myself having,” she said, adding she thought one of her abusers would end up killing her.

The woman and a second female complainant were in the same Bradford children’s home when the sexual abuse began, it is alleged.

The jury has been told the teenagers were “ripe to be manipulated and vulnerable to exploitation.”

The ten men on trial deny all the charges against them.

Basharat Khaliq, 38, of Bradford, denies five counts of rape and one count of assault by penetration.

Saeed Akhtar, 55, of Bradford, denies two counts of causing/inciting child prostitution and one of rape.

Yasar Majid, 37, of Milton Keynes, denies one count of rape.

Naveed Akhtar, 43, of Bradford, denies three counts of rape.

Parvaze Ahmed, 36, of Bradford, denies three counts of rape.

Izar Hussain, 32, of Bradford, denies three counts of rape and one of attempted rape.

Zeeshan Ali, 32, of Bradford, denies a charge of sexual assault.

Kieran Harris, 28, of Dewsbury, denies two counts of rape.

Fahim Iqbal, 27, of no fixed abode, denies a charge of aiding and abetting rape and Mohammed Usman, 31, of Bradford, denies two charges of rape.

The trial continues.