Pictured: Millionaire traveller gang's slave camp where 'The Rooney Lynch Mob' lived lives of luxury on the backs of the homeless men they kept as 'medieval' slaves
Rooney family made more than £1.5m from the exploitation in Lincolnshire
Victims lured by promise of food and free accommodation but worked as slaves
Man spent 26 years in service and lived in a room 'soaked with urine and faeces'
Captors spent the cash they made on luxuries, holidays and fast cars
Members of slave gang have arrived at court packed ready for a spell in prison
By RICHARD SPILLETT and MARTIN ROBINSON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 13:17 BST, 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 23:17 BST, 12 September 2017
This is the estate where a millionaire traveller family kept 18 homeless men as slaves in squalid conditions for decades.
The Rooney family - dubbed 'The Rooney Lynch Mob' in court - have been jailed for a total of 79 years after profiting by more than £1.5million from the exploitation.
They splashed out on holidays in Barbados and Mexico, sports cars, cosmetic surgery and even a place on a Manchester United soccer school course.
But their victims were forced to live in horrendous conditions in stinking, filthy caravans and kept under 'total control' through threats of violence, along with drugs and alcohol.