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Gang who shipped 50 Hungarian girls to Britain to work as prostitutes at top university jailed.
The terrified women, forced to have sex with up to 15 men a day, operated at several locations including student halls at the University of Sussex.
A gang of Hungarian migrants were today sentenced to total of 22 years for trafficking 50 women to Britain to act as sex slaves at one of the country’s leading universities.
The terrified women were flown from a deprived area of Hungary and forced to have sex with up to 15 men a day.
They operated at locations across the south of England, including in student halls at the University of Sussex, ranked 11th best in the UK.
When the girls complained, threats were made against their family and they were told they would be “outed” as prostitutes, Hove Crown Court heard.
Mate Puskas, 25, Zoltan Mohacsi, 36, Istvan Toth, 34, Peter Toth, 28, and Victoria Brown, 25, denied conspiracy to traffic women into the UK for prostitution.
However, they were convicted by a jury after a ten week trial on Tuesday.
Some of the “desperate” victims – left in pain after working 12-hour shifts – gave evidence behind a screen in court or by video link from Hungary.
More than 50 young women were flown from Hungary to the UK over a period of two years, the court heard.
Their passports, flights, transport, and online adverts were all arranged by the gang, in what prosecutors described as a “complex” operation.
They had sex at the University of Sussex, a flat in Eastbourne, East Sussex, and another in Margate, Kent.
The group also used a number of hotels including The Ibis, Moat House, Holiday Inn and Europa at Gatwick, and the Arora in Crawley.
If they complained, they were shown photographs of their brothers, sisters, mum and dad, and threats were made against their family.
They were also told posters would be put up around their home towns highlighting their work as prostitutes.
Prosecutor David Walbank said the case consisted of a number of “individual human tragedies”.
The court heard the gang used student digs as a makeshift brothel at the university campus in Falmer, East Sussex.
Staff became suspicious when site building manager Martin West received an email containing a link to an online advert, in March 2011.
It showed a woman offering sex for money, and featured the university’s distinctive blue and yellow curtains.
Mr West and residential operations manager Andrew Howarth carried out an inspection and entered a flat in a residential block known as Park Village.
No one was in but both men recognised the flat from the website.
He returned the next day to discover a young woman – who resembled the one in the advert – wearing a vest top and knickers and contacted the police.
The resulting investigation brought the trafficking organisation to its knees, the jury was told.
A University of Sussex spokeswoman said after the trial: “This case does not relate to activities by staff or students at the University of Sussex.
“A flat on our campus was just one of many locations across the region used for prostitution purposes.
“Through the vigilance and swift actions of our staff, the police were able to piece together the wider operations of this criminal gang and bring a case against them to court.”
One woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, revealed how she was made to “entertain” men for hours on end, until she was in physical pain.
The now 24-year-old, who was flown from Budapest, Hungary, to Luton, Beds, bravely recounted her ordeal in court.
She described how she was driven to a flat in Eastbourne and made to have sex with her first client just a few hours later.
The student has not told her family what she went through as she is afraid they will disown her.
She said: “My family would be so ashamed. They might reject me.”
Puskas, from Ashington, West Sussex, was jailed for six years.
Mohacsi, from Ilford, east London, was jailed for four years.
Brown, from Bognor Regis, West Sussex, got a three year term.
Istvan and Peter Toth both from Eastbourne, have been on the run since the start of the trial.
They were both jailed in their absence to five and four years respectively.
Judge Richard Hayward told the three defendants in court that they had committed offending behaviour which “society finds repugnant”.
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