Carolann Gallon was one of 18 individuals sentenced part for Operation Sanctuary, an examination concerning the sexual manhandle of defenseless young ladies.
The 22-year-old, of Hareside Court, Newcastle, conceded three checks of trafficking.
Another posse part, Abdulhamid Minoyee, was condemned to 15 years.
The 34-year-old, of Gainsborough Grove, Newcastle, had been indicted assaulting a lady with learning troubles, rape, and the supply of medications.
Newcastle Crown Court heard that Gallon took young ladies – two of whom were in care and one who was just 13 years of age – to the gatherings knowing they would be sexually mishandled.
She likewise brought a young lady with learning challenges to a level where she was assaulted by Minoyee.
The indictment said after Gallon was captured, she told police: “I didn’t compel them into having intercourse. They [are] not kids, they have their own psyche.
“In the event that they’re mortal [drunk] they will accomplish something, why get mortal in any case?
“It’s self-caused, I have no sensitivity.”
Gallon was matured 17 or 18 at the season of the offenses, yet police concluded that she was a dynamic individual from the posse as opposed to a casualty.
Judge Penny Moreland stated: “You were portrayed yourself similar to a casualty.
“There have been sufficient open doors for you to make grievances about these issues. You have never done as such.”
She added that Gallon kept on aligning herself with different respondents.
An aggregate of 16 men and one lady have now been imprisoned, with one more to be condemned on 14 September.
Casualties were attracted to parties, known as “sessions”, at addresses around the West End of Newcastle by men who obviously become a close acquaintence with them.
There they were utilized with liquor or medications – some ended up noticeably dependent – and compelled to engage in sexual relations.
Amid condemning, casualties’ effect explanations depicted their mental harm, and those living near the gathering tends to talked about being “put through damnation”.
Talking in the wake of condemning, Det Supt Steve Barron, from Northumbria Police, stated: “I have addressed some of these casualties and they are exquisite individuals.
“They have had an intense life and to then experience courts is so troublesome for them. It has quite recently been splendid to perceive how their dauntlessness is presently indicating equity.”