The victim, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, told the jury of almost a decade of alleged abuse after being trafficked into the UK from Pakistan in 2000, supposedly to work as a domestic help - though aged only 10 at the time.
At 7am in the mornings while the girl was drinking and eating, Tallat would allegedly come to the cellar, clicking her fingers and demanding she stop and get on with her jobs.Shaking her head and wringing her hands together on her lap, the girl added: ''The woman and that man would do that to me.They are bad.'' Shown a photo of Tallat Ashar, to identify her alleged abuser, the girl said: ''That's the woman who used to hit me and beat me all the time as I was growing up.''All through my life she's been hitting me.'' She was also shown a photo of Ilyas Ashar, who allegedly repeatedly raped the girl.''The old man, he's bad,'' she replied, ''He's the one who has sex with me.'' The victim's true age is not known but it is thought she was aged between 10 and 12 when she came to the UK.
Earlier the trial heard the girl lived in a ''state of servitude'' and was an ideal target for exploitation because of her vulnerability.It is also alleged state benefits were claimed in her name - though never handed over.She has no family in the UK and has never been to school in the UK or Pakistan and cannot read or write.She had no-one to turn to and nowhere to go if she tried to leave the Ashars.Ilyas and Tallat Ashar both deny two counts of human trafficking into the UK for exploitation and a single count of false imprisonment.Ilyas also denies 12 counts of rape, Tallat denies one count of sexual assault and unlawful wounding and the pair along with their daughter Faaiza, 44, deny charges of benefit fraud.