James Walton. Take, for instance, the harrowing and — given its high-profile scheduling — extremely brave Three Girls BBC1, Tuesday to Thursday , which provided an unsparing and wholly believable account of the Rochdale child-grooming scandal. The first episode opened in with year-old Holly an astonishing performance by Molly Windsor being interviewed by the police for smashing up a kebab shop — and, in flashback, telling them why. Faced with this revelation, the police officer spent a little time yawning, but eventually rallied enough to question Holly about her past sex life. Admittedly, Daddy did get arrested, but while out on bail he was free to threaten her into silence. Fortunately, Sara, a local sexual-health worker, worked out what was going on, collected statements and presented the police with full details of the crimes, the victims and the perpetrators.
Probe into alleged sex attacks on three girls in holiday town
Three Girls: What happened in the Rochdale sex grooming scandal? | Metro News
A major investigation is under way after three juvenile teenage girls reported that they had been the victims of sex attacks by a number of men. It is alleged that one of the girls was raped while two others were the victims of a sexual assault. It is understood that their parents reported that the girls were sexually assaulted on Sunday morning. The three girls have made official statements to specialist officers. They have also been treated in hospital at a sexual assault unit. A senior source said that the teenage girls' claims are being treated as "credible". The girls are understood to be originally from the Dublin area.
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Please refresh the page and retry. Now the minds behind the acclaimed true-life stories The Big C and Five Daughters have turned the Rochdale scandal into its own three-part drama series Three Girls, with Maxine Peake and Lesley Sharpe amongst an all-star cast bringing the saga to television. A fter years of being suppressed by local authorities, the public were finally made aware in of the grooming, abuse and trafficking of young, predominantly white, girls in the town of Rochdale, Manchester. Gangs of men, predominantly of Pakistani origin, preyed on vulnerable girls by initially offering them drink, drugs and gifts, before raping and prostituting them. That many of the victims came from council estates and poor backgrounds also provoked authorities to express little sympathy or interest in helping them.
To reinforce the point, in she became the first actress since Frances de la Tour nearly 40 years ago to take on the role of Hamlet, when she played the part to great critical acclaim and full houses at the Royal Exchange in Manchester. But the actress, who was also enjoyed starring roles in Dinnerladies , Shameless , Silk and The Village , has surely never tackled anything quite as emotionally draining as her latest drama. The trial resulted in the conviction of nine men for sex trafficking crimes against at least 47 girls, between and They endure the most appalling abuse at the hands of a gang of British Asian men who have assiduously groomed them with vodka, cigarettes and takeaways. The three-part drama is made with the full cooperation of the victims and their families.