Jack Tweed's alleged victim in 'state'

The woman who has accused Jack Tweed of raping her ''looked like she had seen a ghost'' after the reported incident at his east London home, according to her friends

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Jack Tweed's alleged victim in 'state'

A friend of the woman claiming she was raped by Jack Tweed has told how the alleged victim "looked like she had seen a ghost" after the reported incident.

A pal of the 20-year-old student - who cannot be named for legal reasons - told London's Snaresbrook Crown Court today (15.04.10) how the young woman was in a "state" moments after the alleged attack by Jade Goody's widower and seemed really "weird" and started to cry.

Describing her friend's reaction, she said: "She was just blank, like she had seen a ghost.

"She had no expression, no emotion or anything. She just wouldn't talk."

When the council worker - also aged 20 - was asked by Linda Strudwick, prosecuting, if she had ever seen her friend like that before, she replied: "Never."

She added: "She was just shaking, she looked ill.

"She just burst into tears before she could say anything."

The young woman has accused Tweed and his friend Anthony Davis of sexually attacking her at his home in Repton Park, Woodford Green, following a night out at London's Embassy nightclub on September 4 last year.

The alleged victim claims Davis held the bedroom door shut while she was raped by Tweed, who she alleges raped her a second time when Davis joined in and forced her to give him oral sex.

Her friend - who was with the woman at Tweed's home along with two other female pals - also told the jury how she banged on his bedroom door continually in a desperate bid to free her pal during the incident.

The friend has claimed Davis threatened to slap the young woman shortly after she escaped from the room if she did not go back inside with him.

However, the four women left the house immediately and took the alleged victim to the police station shortly after.

Tweed denies two counts of rape while Davis - from Chigwell, Essex - denies one count of oral rape.

The trial continues.d Jack Tweed of raping her "looked like she had seen a ghost” after the reported incident at his east London home, according to her friends.

A friend of the woman claiming she was raped by Jack Tweed has told how the alleged victim "looked like she had seen a ghost” after the reported incident.

A pal of the 20-year-old student – who cannot be named for legal reasons - told London's Snaresbrook Crown Court today (15.04.10) how the young woman was in a "state” moments after the alleged attack by Jade Goody's widower and seemed really "weird” and started to cry.

Describing her friend's reaction, she said: "She was just blank, like she had seen a ghost.

"She had no expression, no emotion or anything. She just wouldn't talk."

When the council worker – also aged 20 – was asked by Linda Strudwick, prosecuting, if she had ever seen her friend like that before, she replied: "Never."

She added: "She was just shaking, she looked ill.

"She just burst into tears before she could say anything."

The young woman has accused Tweed and his friend Anthony Davis of sexually attacking her at his home in Repton Park, Woodford Green, following a night out at London's Embassy nightclub on September 4 last year.

The alleged victim claims Davis held the bedroom door shut while she was raped by Tweed, who she alleges raped her a second time when Davis joined in and forced her to give him oral sex.

Her friend – who was with the woman at Tweed's home along with two other female pals – also told the jury how she banged on his bedroom door continually in a desperate bid to free her pal during the incident.

The friend has claimed Davis threatened to slap the young woman shortly after she escaped from the room if she did not go back inside with him.

However, the four women left the house immediately and took the alleged victim to the police station shortly after.

Tweed denies two counts of rape while Davis - from Chigwell, Essex - denies one count of oral rape.

The trial continues.

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