A 22-year-old man from Wellington was behind the wheel of a car when a teenage girl was driven to a restaurant to be sold for sex to some of the workers, a court has heard.
Noshad Hussain was recruited to take the 16-year-old to the restaurant by other men who were controlling her as a prostitute, jurors were told.
The jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court heard yesterday that Hussain had dropped the girl at the restaurant in Telford where she was paid to have sex with three workers.
Hussain, a takeaway delivery driver, of Regent Street, Wellington, denies an allegation of facilitating child prostitution more than three years ago.
He also denies four allegations relating to sexual activity with a child involving another Telford girl when she was aged 14.
Mr Mark Weekes, prosecuting, said the first victim had been trafficked as a child prostitute and was being sold for sex during 2008 and 2009.
“It was an almost unimaginable world of dingy, seedy sexual encounters in, amongst other places, the upstairs of restaurants in the Telford area,” he said.
He alleged that Hussain knew the purpose of driving the girl to the restaurant.
The trial continues.