A British couple have been arrested by police in Majorca for allegedly offering their daughter, now aged 15, to a 76-year-old man in return for cash.
The Mirror reports that the girl was allegedly assaulted by the man over a five-year period, starting when she was 11, in the resort of Palma Nova.
It is believed that the mother took her daughter, who was living in a care home, to meet the man on each occasion with cash, ranging from £12 to £16, changing hands.
The Daily Mail reports that Spanish newspaper Ultima Hora alleged that the girl was raped.
According to The Mirror, the girl's parents are suspected of corrupting a minor, sexual assault, and inciting their daughter to escape from care.
The 76-year-old man is suspected of sexual assault.
The three suspects all appeared in front of a magistrate who freed them on bail while the investigation continues.
A spokesperson for the Foreign Office told The Mirror: "We can confirm the arrest and subsequent release of two British nationals in Majorca."
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