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About sharing image captionMate Puskas, Victoria Brown, Zoltan Mohacsi, Istvan Toth and Peter Toth were charged with eastbouene trafficking Four men and a woman have been convicted of smuggling women into the UK from eastern Europe and setting them up in hotels as prostitutes. Mate Puskas, 25, Victoria Brown, 25, Zoltan Mohacsi, 36, Istvan Toth, 34, and his brother Peter, 28, had denied conspiracy to Text rich women near Prescott Valley prostitutes and trafficking for sexual exploitation.
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About sharing image copyrightSussex Police image captionDaramola, Sobhanieh, Kamali and Kayla-Joseph l to r, from top left were Horny women in Mount Hamilton jailed at Hove Crown Court Four men have been jailed for trying to force a "vulnerable" year-old girl into prostitution. The group systematically abused the girl over two weeks in Newhaven, East Sussex and paid her cash in return for sex, Hove Crown Court heard.
Khosrow Sobhanieh, 56, was jailed for 14 years and Stephen Daramola, 48, for six years. Christopher Kayla-Joseph, 27, and Mohammed Kamali, 46, were each jailed for five years. Cocaine conspiracy The court heard the men "ruthlessly exploited" the victim after Kayla-Joseph found her sitting alone on a street in Eastbourne following a family row in May and invited her back to his flat.
They were arrested after she told health workers and her family what had happened. Kayla-Joseph and Kamali, both from Newhaven, Sobhanieh, of Guestling, near Hastings, and Daramola, of Eastbourne, were convicted of conspiracy to arrange the prostitution of.
Daramola was found guilty of sexual assault, and Sobhanieh was convicted of rape and attempted rape. Kayla-Joseph, Kamali and Daramola were also found guilty of conspiracy to supply cocaine.
All the defendants will be subject to a sexual offenders prevention order for life on their release from prison. Related Topics.
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