A PHONE voicemail allegedly recorded a girl’s objections as she was raped, York Crown Court docket heard.
Michael Paul McConachy’s actions woke the girl as she slept in her personal mattress, mentioned Simon Reevell, prosecuting.
“On that morning, he needed intercourse greater than he cared whether or not or not she needed intercourse,” alleged the barrister.
She managed to ring a good friend on her telephone. When the good friend didn’t reply, the decision went to voicemail. The telephone fell to the ground.
“He (McConachy) did what he needed to with the girl not understanding that her phrases had been being picked up by her phone and being put into the good friend’s voicemail,” alleged the barrister.
The following morning, the good friend realised he had a missed name and checked the voicemail.
“He listened to it 5 or 6 occasions,” mentioned the barrister. “The phone had recorded what the girl was saying to McConachy.”
McConachy, 22, of Trevor Grove, Holgate, York, denies rape. When arrested he gave police a ready assertion, claiming nothing had occurred between him and the girl.
Mr Reevell alleged after the pair had spent a night collectively within the metropolis centre, McConachy “was drunk and couldn’t go house”.
So the girl had supplied him a spot to sleep and each fell asleep in her bed room, the courtroom heard.
“She was woken up by McConachy raping her,” alleged the barrister.
The lady advised McConachy repeatedly to cease, however when she realised he wouldn’t, she reached below her pillow for her telephone, the courtroom heard.
“She doesn’t know whether or not he (McConachy) didn’t discover or didn’t care, however she was in a position to press the button on the telephone to name the final particular person to name.”
Finally she managed to get up and about. McConachy advised her “don’t fear it’s all proper” and fell asleep once more, alleged Mr Reevell. The lady left the room and tried phoning buddies, however no-one answered as a result of it was very late.
“She sat on the couch crying earlier than going to the spare room and locking herself in so she felt protected in her own residence,” mentioned the prosecution barrister.
The trial continues.