Despite the narrative within the media of "Pakistani men preying on young white girls", a 2013 report by the UK Muslim Women's Network found that British Asian girls were being abused across the country in situations that mirrored the abuse in Rotherham..
The unfunded small-scale report found 35 cases of young Muslim girls of Pakistani-heritage being raped and passed around for sex by multiple men.
What she found was that there were five adults, their ages ranging between their mid 20s going on to the late 40s and five men systematically, routinely, raped her.
And the young man who was supposed to be her boyfriend, stood back and watched".
One girl who came to the attention of Risky Business was repeatedly raped from age 13–15, and believed her mother would be the next victim: "They used to follow my mum because they used to know when she went shopping, what time she had been shopping, where she had gone." According to Senior, Risky Business ended up with so much information about the perpetrators that the police suggested she start forwarding it to an electronic dropbox, "Box Five", on the South Yorkshire Police computer network.