Nick Crawshaw led an underage schoolgirl into a dark alleyway and raped her, a court was told.
The Chester man allegedly also told her to keep quiet about being attacked.
Crawshaw, of West Street, Hoole, denies six counts of rape, three of sexual assault and two charges of assault by penetration between 2010 and 2012 from eight alleged victims.
The court heard evidence relating to the second complainant in the case as the retrial entered its second week on Monday (October 10).
The rape is alleged to have happened after a night of drinking with a large group of friends in Boughton between January and June of 2010.
Crawshaw, the complainant and a mutual friend she was staying with left together after he offered to walk them home, the jury were told.
Outside the defendant and alleged victim kissed and exchanged phone numbers, she said.
Later on in the night she said Crawshaw texted her to come back outside of her friend’s house to meet him.
From here he convinced her to come with him to meet someone, and led her down the deserted alleyway.
She said: “I asked where his friend was, he didn’t reply. It all happened really quickly.
“From that point he didn’t say anything, he just pushed me to the floor and had sex with me.
“I was pushing back on his arms and I managed to completely push him off me after about 10 seconds.
“Because it was really quick I was confused. It was so unexpected. I was shocked and scared.”
The complainant added she then ran back to her friend’s house
Crawshaw says the incident has been completely made up.
The trial also heard from the mutual friend whose house the complainant stayed at.
She claimed the girl was ‘giddy’ and ‘excited’ at the prospect of going to meet Crawshaw and she offered her a condom to take with her.
Rumours circulated in the Chester high school they all attended following the alleged incident. Threats to ‘beat up’ the alleged victim were also made on social media.
Mark Le Brocq, defending, asked if the complainant got upset about the rumours because pupils did not believe her.
The witness said this was likely to be the case as ‘nobody wants to be gossiped about’.
The complainant said she considered Crawshaw ‘a friend’ and she ‘trusted’ him prior to the alleged rape.
She said: “I saw him about six months later at a party, I remember getting really upset because I didn’t think he would be there.
“He said don’t be lying about that because people had been talking.
“I think he wanted to make sure I wasn’t going to bring anything up.”
Crawshaw denies all the charges against him.
The trial at Warrington Crown Court continues.