Jurors have heard from a second child said to be a victim of a sex abuse ring in Glasgow.
The child claimed to have been physically abused, knocked unconcious and forced to drink alcohol.
Seven men and four women face an indictment listing a total of 32 charges at the city’s High Court.
The allegations involve four children and include rape, other sex offences and attempted murder.
On Friday, the court watched three interviews of the child being questioned by police.
They were asked about meeting members of the group when they were with the other alleged victims
“They all arrived at the same time – like it was planned,” the child told officers.
“They just punched us all, whacked us with pans,” they continued.
“The kind of pans you put beans in, pots.”
The child said they ended up “unconscious”.
They told police: “I only remember waking up on the floor. I went and got plasters for us.”
The child claimed they had “scratches and bruises nearly everywhere on my body”.
On another occasion, the child recalled being forced into a room and having a bottle of Buckfast forced into their mouth.
The child said a member of the group had “big cameras” with him and videoed what happened.
In an earlier interview played for jurors, the child said another victim was shut inside kitchen appliances including within a microwave, an oven and a freezer.
The child and another had to get the victim out.
The court heard the child remembered the other victim being “curled up in a little ball” and the first thing they said was “help”.
The same victim was said to have been hung from a nail on a wall for up to ten minutes so they “learned a lesson”.
The 11 accused deny all of the charges against them.
The trial, before judge Lord Beckett, continues.