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Mate Puskas, 25, Victoria Brown, 25, Zoltan Mohacsi, 36, Istvan Toth, 34, and Peter Toth, 28, were found guilty of trafficking for sexual exploitation and conspiracy to control prostitutes. Hove Crown Court heard the women they trafficked were set up in brothels and hotels after arriving in the UK. Judge Richard Hayward said their behaviour was "repugnant". All five were convicted on Tuesday following a seven-week trial. The Hungarian brothers were sentenced in their absence after going on the run in September. Both were also sentenced to nine months in prison after being convicted of contempt of court for breaking bail.

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Mate Puskas, 25, Victoria Brown, 25, Zoltan Mohacsi, 36, Istvan Toth, 34, and Peter Toth, 28, were found guilty of trafficking for sexual exploitation and conspiracy to control prostitutes. Hove Crown Court heard the women they trafficked were set up in brothels and hotels after arriving in the UK. At the trial, jurors were told Free sex cams Tulsa least 53 "poor and vulnerable" women were recruited in Hungary and brought into the UK via Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

Judge Richard Hayward said their behaviour was "repugnant". The Hungarian brothers were sentenced in their absence after going on the run in September.

David Fairclough, from the Home Office's Immigration Enforcement Criminal Investigations team, said the "appalling gang" had "controlled the women mentally, physically and financially". He added that they had "preyed on the vulnerability of young women who came to the UK in the hope of finding a better life".

Both were also sentenced to nine months in prison after being convicted of contempt of court for breaking bail. Hove Crown Court heard the women they trafficked were set up in brothels and hotels after arriving in the UK.

Mate Puskas, 25, Victoria Brown, 25, Zoltan Mohacsi, 36, Istvan Toth, 34, and Peter Toth, 28, were found guilty of trafficking for sexual exploitation and conspiracy to control prostitutes. Most of the trafficked women have since returned to Hungary.

At the trial, jurors were told at least 53 "poor and vulnerable" women were recruited in Hungary and brought into the UK via Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. David Fairclough, from the Home Office's Immigration Enforcement Criminal Investigations team, said the "appalling gang" had "controlled the women mentally, physically and financially".

Both were also sentenced to nine months in prison after being convicted of contempt of court for breaking bail.

All five were convicted on Tuesday following a seven-week trial. More on this story. Most of the trafficked women have since returned to Hungary.

He added that they had "preyed on the vulnerability of young women who came to the UK in the hope of finding a better life". All five were convicted on Tuesday following a seven-week trial. More on this story.

The Hungarian brothers were sentenced in their absence after going on the run in September. Judge Richard Hayward said their behaviour was "repugnant".