New details emerge in 'pimp mother' case

The court heard the teen was forced to engage in sex with men in bushes, a shebeen and along a highway.

The court heard the teen was forced to engage in sex with men in bushes, a shebeen and along a highway. Picture: RSC Inc.

CAPE TOWN - A case of child sex trafficking will continue in the Cape Town Magistrates Court today.

A mother of a 14-year-old Atlantis girl and three other women are accused of prostituting the child for between R20 and R50 at a time.

The court has already heard how the girl was forced into having sex with men in nearby bushes, a shebeen and along the N7 Highway.

The state claims the girl's mother and co-accused, who are facing charges of child sex trafficking, were instrumental in prostituting her between 2011 and 2012.

It's alleged her mother often threatened her and physically forced her to have sex with men for money.

The mother remains in custody while the three women are out on bail.