- Gold Coast mum is on trial for child rape at Southport District Court
- She is accused of letting multiple men sexually abuse her nine-year-old daughter
- The alleged abuse came to light when the girl wrote a note to her psychologist
- The note read: 'Mum used to come in with friends and touch me improperly'
- The mother has pleaded not guilty to all charges
A Gold Coast mother has been accused of dressing her nine-year-old daughter in a Playboy bunny costume before allowing multiple men to sexually abuse her.
Stockport District Court heard on Monday that the young girl was allegedly molested by her mum's 'friends' at her home every other day over a one-year period between May 2014 and May 2015.
The alleged abuse only came to light when the girl wrote a note saying her mum used to 'come in with friends and touch me improperly', to her psychologist, who reported it to the police.
She later told authorities her mum would 'undress her and be naughty' and one day awoke to find herself wearing a 'Playboy outfit' with bunny ears, The Courier Mail reported.
On one occasion, the mum - whose name is being withheld to protect the identity of the victim - allegedly gave her daughter a drink that made her feel drowsy.
The court heard the girl once had woken up in her bed to find she was undressed and there was an unknown man on top of her as her mum allegedly held her hands.
She claimed each of the men were different during the alleged incidents, and said she had heard her mother asking the men for money.
The girl's father had been in custody at the time of the alleged abuse.
The mother was charged with three counts of rape, maintaining a sexual relationship with a child, indecent treatment of a child and deprivation of liberty.
She has pleaded not guilty to the charges.