A 16-year-old girl yesterday denied willingly participating in sex with five Mongrel Mob members.

The girl - 15 at the time - says she was abducted from her home in Takanini in the early hours of June 29 last year and taken to a garage in Manurewa where she endured two hours of indignities.

Before the High Court at Auckland are Monty Tarawa, aged 34, of Manurewa, represented by Paul Borich; Taylor Cassidy, aged 31, of Manurewa, represented by Peter Winter; Wayne Lester Ratu, aged 29, of Papatoetoe, represented by Frank Hogan; Theodore Reneti, aged 30, of Te Kuiti, represented by David Niven; and Shane Gregory Koroheke, aged 30, of Hamilton, represented by Richard Earwaker.

They each face 14 charges, some as parties, including abduction, sexual violation by unlawful connection and attempted rape.

Yesterday the girl spent all day under cross-examination.

She acknowledged that she and her female partner had at one time stayed at the home of a Mongrel Mob man and that she was treated "like family."

On occasion, she wore a red scarf - red is the Mongrel Mob colour - and used the Mongrel Mob greeting "Sieg Heil."

She denied willingly going with the Mob men to "put on a show."

The girl agreed that her female partner was the jealous type and she feared that if her partner thought sex was consensual, that would mean an end to their relationship.

She denied saying that she was tired of her partner and wanting to have sex with the Mob.

She also denied wanting to be part of the Mob scene, seeing this as a way of "moving up through the ranks."

Prosecutors Philip Hamlin and Helen Gilbert maintain that the girl's partner was lured away in a decoy manoeuvre, leaving the girl home alone in the early hours.

The Crown says that the Mob was angry that the girl's partner had not paid a $300 drug debt.

But under cross-examination, the girl said that the debt had been settled before the incident occurred.

The trial before Justice Judith Potter continues today.