A survivor of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham claims she still sees her abusers “driving young girls in their car”, as a Sky News investigation reveals hundreds of new cases continue to emerge.
In August 2014 the Alexis Jay report identified 1,400 cases of child sexual exploitation in the Yorkshire town.
But Sky News has learned that hundreds more cases were known to authorities prior to its publication and that hundreds more are being reported.
Victims continue to feel let down by authorities.
One survivor “Gemma” told Sky News: “It’s still going on if not worse, because now they’re having to hide it more.
“I’m still seeing my abusers driving young girls in their car. They’re untouchable.”
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