Three Girls is based on a 2012 true story of three teenaged girls who were lured into a sexual abuse hell by a gang of men in Rochdale in the UK.
The docu-drama follows the stories of three of these girls, who were groomed and sexually assaulted.
The actors involved in the project have been widely praised for their portrayal of such a hard-hitting subject.
'I'm so honoured to be able to play the part of Lorna and give the girls a voice because no one believed them, because the evidence was there.'
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However, since the programme is based on the real-life sexual grooming scandal in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, it was understandably a sensitive, and mentally hard production process - and Lisa has spoken out about the "horrendous" case, and how angry she felt while bringing it to life.
As the recreated court case drew to a close, viewers watched Holly, Amber and Ruby embark on the challenge of rebuilding their lives as police and social services faced severe criticism for the way events were handled.
The three-part drama stars Maxine Peake as the scandal's whistleblower and sexual health worker Sara Rowbotham.
She was made redundant two years after the conviction of nine men in 2012.
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Actress Jill Halfpenny has taken to social media to thank Three Girls viewers for their support as the harrowing mini-series reached its conclusion.
Molly also revealed that she had met her character, and told how '"proud" she would be of the production.
Teenager Bethany Platt thinks she is in a serious relationship with Nathan Curtis, but in fact he's using her to pass around to his mates like a toy.
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