A six-year-old Birmingham girl was raped while being subjected to a string of sex attacks by her two teenage brothers, a court has heard.
A jury at Birmingham Crown Court was shown a recorded interview in which the girl told a police officer she was attacked around 15 times by one sibling and more than 10 by the other.
In the half-hour interview, conducted by a female police officer last summer, the girl also claimed she had been told by one brother to keep quiet about the abuse.
The alleged victim, who is now aged seven, is said to have been abused at her Birmingham home between September 2006 and May 2009.
Her brothers, aged 15 and 13, both deny counts of rape and sexual assault of a child.
During the recorded interview, the girl could be seen playing with a toy train as she told the police officer she had been subjected to "inappropriate things".
The girl also gave evidence to the jury by video link and was asked questions by defence barrister Jonathan Ray, who is acting for the older defendant.
She told the court she had "said no" to her older brother and he had said he would give her sweets.
One of the brothers, neither of whom can be named for legal reasons, is also alleged to have sexually assaulted another sister, who is also younger than them.
Opening the case against the brothers, prosecutor Mark Heywood told jurors: "Because the charges were read to you, I imagine it probably became very clear to you what this case is all about.
"The prosecution case, in a nutshell, is that each of these two boys sexually abused their sister ... and in the case of the eldest, abused his other sister as well."
The 15-year-old defendant denies two charges of rape and four of sexual assault of a child, while his brother denies two counts of rape and two of sexual assault.
The trial, which is scheduled to finish next week, was adjourned until Thursday.