Seven men denied a series of sex crimes against the same underage girl when they appeared before a crown court judge today.

Six of the men, including four from the Wycombe area, are said to have had sex with the girl separately over the course of a year, while another was accused of filming her and making the teenager send nude photos of herself after meeting her online.

The men, all aged between 20 and 24 years, were told they would be tried by a jury later this year after pleading not guilty during a court hearing this afternoon.

It took the clerk of the court more than 10 minutes to put all of the charges to the men, who live across High Wycombe, Flackwell Heath, Wooburn Green, Maidenhead, Wendover and London - see below for full details of names, addresses and charges.

Steven Douglas, Nathan Tilly and Alex Foale all denied two counts of sexual activity with a child, while Charles Merefield and Ryan Squire pleaded not guilty to three counts of the same crime during the hearing at Aylesbury Crown Court.

Ryan Henry denied two counts of sexual activity with a child, one of causing or inciting a child into prostitution or pornography and one of making indecent photos of a child.

The six men are all set to be tried together later this year, with a seventh defendant - 24-year-old Nemanja Meletic - to go on trial separately for offences against the same girl.

Meletic appeared in the same courtroom immediately after the other six men to deny six counts of making indecent photos of a child and another of causing or inciting a child into prostitution or pornography.

The court heard that some of the men accept that they had sex with the girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, but that they did not know she was underage, while others claim that she is lying about the fact they had sex with her.

The court was told that there is no connection between some of the defendants.

A trial set to last for at least four weeks is due to take place from November 21. However there will be a separate hearing on August 22 to determine whether all six men should be tried together.

Judge Justin Cole released the men on bail and warned them not to miss their trial.

He said: "You must attend trial. If you do not attend trial, there will be a warrant for your arrest and the trial is likely to take place in your absence."

Meanwhile Meletic was told that his trial would last for three to four days and will take place in the fortnight beginning October 24 at Amersham Law Courts.

The charge of causing or inciting a child into prostitution or pornography and one of the counts of making indecent photos of a child relate to the same victim as the other case, the court was told.

The other offences are said to have taken place between May 2012 and February 2015.