Jack Tweed co-accused gives evidence
Jack Tweed's co-accused Anthony Davis has claimed the woman who alleges she was raped by both men ''did not protest'' or give anything indication she did not want to have sex with them during the incident
Jack Tweed's co-accused Anthony Davis has claimed the woman who alleges she was raped by both men "did not protest" during the incident.
London's Snaresbrook Crown Court heard today (19.04.10) how the 20-year-old woman apparently never told the sports agent - who is the widower of reality TV star Jade Goody - or Davis to "stop" during the incident and gave no indication she did not want to have sex with them.
The unnamed student has accused Tweed of raping her twice in the bedroom of his home in Repton Park, Woodford Green, before his friend Davis joined them and also raped her.
In a statement to police given the day after the alleged attack on September 4, Davis said she "didn't say anything" as he approached her on the bed after spotting Tweed having sex with her near the window.
He said: "She didn't protest it. She didn't say 'Stop'. She didn't say anything to suggest she didn't want it to happen. She didn't say anything at all.
"I just got closer and closer. She didn't say anything."
It was then, the student from Hertfordshire - who was 19 at the time of the alleged attack - claims Davis shut her in the bedroom with Tweed, telling him to "do what you've got to do".
However, the estate agent maintains his innocence and is adamant the woman is lying.
He added: "If a girl had been assaulted or raped, she would have come out of that room traumatised.
"She would have been screaming, surely someone would have heard something."
The alleged victim and three of her friends went back to Tweed's house with Davis after a night of partying at London's Embassy Club.
She has claimed the attack happened after she turned down a threesome with the two men.
Tweed denies two counts of rape while Davis - from Chigwell, Essex - denies one count of oral rape.
The trial continues.