Rape trial: Taxi driver says woman was 'sobbing'
The woman allegedly raped by Ireland rugby players Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding was crying and unsteady on her feet, the court has heard
A taxi driver has said the woman allegedly raped by Ireland rugby players Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding was crying and unsteady on her feet when he dropped her home that morning.
Stephen Fisher has been giving evidence at their trial that the woman seemed “very upset”, didn't talk other than to give her address and was “sobbing throughout the journey”.
Rory Harrison, a friend of Jackson and Olding, was trying...
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