Even if they know it's wrong, they will do anything to get acceptance," she said. It's the bare-legged brigade: She added that cultural and social trends had exacerbated the problem since she left school. The BBC Three show sees Livvy enter a gang's safe house where she meets a young woman whose 'initiation list' included the kidnap and rape of her friend. James Middleton matches his outfit with his beloved dogs as he takes them on a Sunday stroll through London's Chelsea Alexandra Shulman's Notebook: Confessions of a super tutor:
And now, presenter Livvy Haydock has lifted the lid on what exactly it entails as she exposes the real stories behind the rising trend in sexual exploitation and violence of girls by gang members - and discovers how quickly female victims turn perpetrators.
'Being raped by a gang is normal – it's about craving to be accepted'
She tells Livvy that the lowest moments for her come with the loss of her friends to the shocking violence. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Topics Gangs The Observer. Share this article Share. Already girls identified as at risk have begun one-on-one tutorials for the rest of the year, with another workshop places available to teach girls what is unacceptable in a relationship.