THREE men and two women accused of trafficking women for prostitution will stand trial later this year.

The five accused are on an indictment listing a total of 33 charges.

Prosecutors at the High Court in Glasgow allege women were brought over from Slovakia and held in “slavery or servitude”.

The allegations span from 2011 to 2017 mainly centring on flats in Govanhill.

One accusation includes a claim the five paid a woman's parents “for control of her”.

Vojtech Gombar, 60, Anil Wagle, 37,, Jana Sandorova, 28, Sylvia Racova, 42, and Ratislav Adam, 31, all deny the charges against them.

Lady Stacey set the trial, which is expected to last for eight weeks, to start in August.

Defence counsel for the five – who live at addresses in Govanhill – have pleaded not guilty. All five are on bail.