A jury has heard the account of the latest woman to say she was raped by Nick Crawshaw.
The Chester man is accused of pouncing on the girl when she was in a vulnerable state.
Crawshaw, 23, 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 sixth complainant in the case gave evidence to the trial at Warrington today (Friday, October 7).
She has alleged Crawshaw raped her at his mate’s house on a night between June 2010 and September 2011.
The complainant and her friend, who was dating the host, arrived first with Crawshaw turning up slightly later, the court heard.
All four were talking in one of the bedrooms.
Both Crawshaw and the complainant then left the room after he suggested the couple were given some ‘privacy’, the jury were told.
The alleged victim said Crawshaw first tried to kiss her as they returned from going down to the kitchen. She added as she went to go back to her friend he grabbed her and led her into another bedroom.
She said: “I just remember getting pushed onto the bed and my vision went really blurry.
“I tried to see where I was but I couldn’t focus on something, everything was moving.
“Then I realised he was right there. I looked to see what he was doing and he was having sex with me. I wasn’t aware it was happening.
“The next thing I noticed he was finished and I saw him pull his jeans up.”
Crawshaw’s defence is the sex was consensual.
Mark Le Brocq, defending, said: “Mr Crawshaw is not denying there was sexual intercourse, but his case is that you went along with it. You were consenting.
“You didn’t go to the police because you had nothing to complain about.”
The complainant said this was not true.
She said when she got up there was blood on the bed and she felt pain for a number of weeks afterwards.
Both women left the house later on, with the alleged victim telling her friend Crawshaw had been ‘forceful’ with her and he had ‘pinned her down’, the court heard.
As she only came forward after seeing coverage of the first trial in The Chronicle, the defence accused her of ‘jumping on the bandwagon’ against the defendant.
The complainant denied this and added it was seeing the headlines which made her realise her mind ‘wasn’t playing tricks’ on her about something being wrong about that night.
The trial also heard from her friend, who claimed her having a panic attack was the reason Crawshaw and the alleged victim first left the room.
She said the complainant’s demeanour had completely changed when she returned later on.
The witness explained: “Last I saw her she was all happy then when I saw her again she wouldn’t say anything, she looked as if something had happened.
“She looked scared.”
Crawshaw’s friend who hosted the night also gave evidence.
He said he saw the pair were having sex and quickly closed the door, but saw or heard nothing which would give him ‘cause for concern’.
Crawshaw denies all the charges against him.
Judge Tina Landale is presiding over the trial, which is expected to last about three weeks.
The trial at Warrington Crown Court continues.