A WOMAN claims she was raped by three men in a Glasgow flat at a birthday party when she was 15.

At the High Court in Glasgow she told prosecutor Bernard Ablett she drank vodka and Mad Dog and was 'extremely drunk.”

The 19-year-old from Glasgow was giving evidence at the trial of Aivars Hauberts, 21, Ailands Aleksanders, 22, and Mykolas Bogdanovicius, 22, who deny raping her while she was intoxicated with alcohol and cannabis and falling in and out of sleep at a flat in Burnfield Road, Glasgow, on June 3, 2015.

Another accused Ludvigs Rudevics, 34, is accused of raping her at a flat in Ardencraig Road, Glasgow, on July 14 or 15, 2015.

A fifth accused Hardis Gindra, 27, is charged with having under-age sex with her on July 14, 2015.

All five accused deny all the charges against them.

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The woman told a jury that she met the men, who were Latvian, through a school friend, and when they played truant and went to a park in Glasgow's southside they would turn up.

The 19-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said initially the men were very polite, but added: “They started speaking sexually to me. Talking about sex and my body and stuff like that,”

Mr Ablett asked her: “What did they want to do,” and she replied: “Touch my body and have sex with me.”

She said she went with men she knew as Misha, Aivars and Ailands and another man to a ground floor flat in Glasgow and when asked why she went there with them replied: “To have my birthday party. There was a table set up with drink and snacks in the living room.”

The witness said after drinking vodka and Mad Dog she was feeling ill and went to a bedroom to lie down.

Mr Ablett said: “What happened next,” and she said: “I remember seeing some people coming into the bedroom. There were three or four people there. I can't remember the faces, but I'm adamant it was the people I went to the flat with.

“My clothes started to come off and I was too drunk to do anything. I remember people starting to have sex with me.”

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Mr Ablett asked her: “Who was having sex with you,” and she said: “I'm sure Ailands, Misha and Aivars

He then said: “Was there any discussions as to whether the males could have sex with you,” and the woman replied: “I wouldn't have been able to answer it properly because I was extremely drunk.”

The witness was asked why she socialised with these men and she said: “It was the only attention I was getting in my life. They were nice to me and they were making me feel good.”

Mr Ablett said: “What did you like about them,” and she replied: “The compliments, the attention. I could get drugs and alcohol whenever I wanted. “

She was asked if they bought her anything else and replied: “Underwear and bras and stuff like that.”

The witness also told the jury she was very unhappy at that time in her life and said: “I didn't want to be alive. I didn't like anything in my life at all.”

The trial before Lord Armstrong continues.