An alleged victim was pulled into a nightclub toilet and raped by Nick Crawshaw, a court was told.
The 23-year-old is accused of attacking the woman in Cruise in July of 2012.
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 trial at Warrington Crown Court heard evidence surrounding the eighth and final complainant on Monday (October 10).
She had been on a night out to Cruise with friends.
The complainant said she thought Crawshaw was ‘quite good looking’ and they had possibly kissed in a club on a previous occasion.
They got chatting in the VIP area before the defendant pulled her into the disabled toilet, the court heard.
She said: “It was just a blur, suddenly he was having sex with me. I don’t remember it lasting very long.
“Afterwards I must’ve just keeled over on the floor. It just hit me how drunk I was and I was just sat on the floor when he told me to get up.
“I felt sick and shaken.
“I always felt I never agreed to it and I never had the capacity to agree to it.”
Crawshaw left and the woman returned to her friends as she ‘just wanted to go home’.
The 23-year-old’s defence is he was never in Cruise that night and the incident never happened.
Simon Mills, prosecuting, has already shown the court a picture showing Crawshaw and two friends in the nightclub which the prosecution claim proves he was there.
The complainant said it became ‘a bit of a joke’ amongst her friendship group that she had sex in a toilet, which she carried on with as she did not want to accept what had really happened.
It was not until she read Crawshaw had been charged with other offences she realised the ‘whole thing never felt right’.
She told her interviewing police officer she felt she had been ‘too drunk to consent’ and the ordeal had felt ‘invasive’.
The alleged victim said: “I just know I wasn’t the one that made the decision to go into the toilet.
“I can’t believe it was me who went into that toilet unless Nick pulled me in there.”
The court heard about how the pair exchanged Facebook messages a couple of times after the alleged incident.
She maintained this was because she wanted to feel ‘in control of the situation’ and she ‘never had any intention’ of seeing Crawshaw again.
Crawshaw denies all the charges against him.
The trial at Warrington Crown Court continues.