Thursday June 4, 2020

Rape trial: Woman denies being 'fixed' on Jackson

During her third day of being cross-examined by Brendan Kelly QC, for Paddy Jackson, the student said she did not scream or shout for help because she was 'so scared'

5th February, 2018
Ulster and Ireland rugby player Paddy Jackson arriving at court in Belfast last week

A 21-year-old woman allegedly raped by Ulster rugby player Paddy Jackson at a house party has claimed that he “wasn't taking no for an answer”.

She denied Kelly's assertion that she was engaging in consensual and passionate acts with his client or that she was making noises consistent with pleasure. It is Jackson's case that the woman performed oral sex on him but that they did not have penetrative sex.

She claims she...

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