The ladies were lured with job offers that were “too good to refuse” and were smuggled into Europe on boats and planes.

The true nature of their job was revealed on arrival in Spain and they were told that they would only regain freedom after paying £50,000 through prostitution.

They were kept in an apartment and were allowed to go out occasionally to buy food or meet a client for an appointment.

The girls were subjected to rituals and sworn to loyalty with threats of killing their family members.

A member of the human trafficking gang was arrested in Germany and it was reported that five others belong to a cult – ‘Supreme Eiye Confraternity’.

Investigators said Ibiza is the destination of choice for summer prostitution because of the high influx of tourists and the gang controls the exclusive streets of the city.