THE girl who claims she became the sex slave of a gang of men falsely accused her own father of abuse, a court was told.

The girl has alleged that a group of ten young men used her repeatedly for sex after plying her with drink and drugs.

She has claimed in court that one of the men, Iblal Fiaz, befriended her over the internet when she was just 11, gained her trust and convinced her to have sex with him before forcing her to have sex with his friends.

However the girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was accused of being a serial liar who had made up the allegations and even falsely accused her own father of sexual abuse in claims made to social services.

She later dropped the allegations against him, Oxford Crown Court heard today.

Sasha Wass QC, defending Iblal Fiaz, put to the girl: "When you're angry at people in your mind the correct punishment is to accuse them of rape."

The girl replied "no" and reaffirmed her answer when she was asked if that was what she had done to Iblal Fiaz.

Ms Wass asked the girl about how she had required psychiatric care throughout most of her childhood, when she had complained of hallucinations and hearing voices.

She then put to the girl, who gave evidence from behind a screen, that she had not even known Iblal Fiaz when she accused him of having sex with her for the first time in December 2007, which she denied.

The court was told that the girl had refused to give police the passwords to her Facebook and BlackBerry messenger accounts because she did not want them to see the "real" her.

However, she said she had forgotten what the passwords were.

Ms Wass put to the girl that she had made up an allegation that Iblal Fiaz had ordered her to have sex with his friends one New Year's Eve because he was in Pakistan at this time.

He had gone out for nine months to get married and returned in May 2010, said Ms Wass.

The girl was also quizzed about why her mother had not realised her daughter was coming home late from school and being abused by the gang.

"She's a teacher, she's aware of child protection issues," said Ms Wass.

"You turned up on the day your sister was getting her exam results smelling of alcohol, under the influence of controlled drugs, reeking of sex, and your mother says nothing?

"Is that right? Your mother, a teacher sensitive to the problems young people have and difficulties they may have, didn't notice all the alarm bells going off?"

The girl simply replied: "Yeah."

Ms Wass told the jury that the child's mother was a caring woman who had slept in her daughter's room when she was going through difficult periods with her mental health, and quit her position in another town to spend more time with the girl.

"She gave it up as much for herself as she did for me," the girl responded.

The alleged abuse, carried out between December 12, 2007 and January 16, 2012, came to light when the girl told a charity counsellor, who informed police.

The court previously heard Iblal Fiaz would contact the girl, pick her up and give her drink and drugs before offering her up to other men.

The trial, before Judge Ian Pringle, continues.

Between them the ten men have denied a total of 44 charges. They are:

Iblal Fiaz, 21, of St George’s Close - Four counts of rape of a child under 13, seven counts of rape, two counts of conspiracy to rape, eight counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, two charges of sexual activity with a child and one count of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Khasim Fiaz, 22, of St George’s Close - two counts of rape of a child under 13, one count of rape, two counts of conspiracy to rape and one count of trafficking for sexual exploitation.

Ammar Rafiq, 19, from Kent Road in west London - four counts of rape.

Mohammed Adnan, 21, of Upper Green Street - two counts of rape.

Mudassar Hussain, 29, of Abbey Barn Road -three counts of rape.

Jubrion Khan, 21, of Rutland Avenue - one count of rape and two counts of conspiracy to rape.

Khasim Dadd, 23, of Gibbs Close - one count of rape and one count of conspiracy to rape.

Rameez Ali, 21, of West End Street - two counts of rape.

Janaid Sharif, 26, of Cambridge Crescent - two counts of rape.

Asif Hussain, 21, of Suffield Road – one count of rape.