Top – Woman denies asking JLS star Oritse Williams for sex


Former JLS star Oritse Williams arrives at Wolverhampton Crown Court on 14 May

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Oritse Williams has denied raping the lady after a live performance in December 2016

A girl who claims she was raped by ex-JLS star Oritse Williams has denied going to his lodge room and asking him to have intercourse.

The singer, 32, denies raping the lady after a live performance in Wolverhampton in December 2016.

Giving proof, the sufferer stated she had “bits and items” reminiscence of the evening after consuming.

The previous boy band member is standing trial alongside his tour supervisor Jamien Nagadhana, 32.

Nagadhana, of Houslow, west London, denies prices of sexual assault and assault by penetration.

Prosecutors allege Williams, of Croydon, south London, “jumped on the lady” when she went to search for her telephone.

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At Wolverhampton Crown Courtroom, Mark Cotter QC, representing Williams, requested the lady whether or not she might order her recollections from the evening.

The lady, who can’t be named for authorized causes, stated: “It is not unattainable, I might give it a superb guess. The recollections I do have, I do know passed off.”

She stated she remembered kissing a feminine pal within the nightclub and her pal “grinding” on Williams’ lap, however had no reminiscence of sitting on his lap herself earlier than they travelled in a taxi to his lodge.

The complainant informed jurors she returned to the singer’s room to seek out her telephone and never as a result of she wished to have intercourse with him.

She additionally rejected claims from Mr Cotter that it was a consensual encounter that ended when he was “unable to carry out” sexually.

The court docket heard her pal requested any person to get assist, resulting in police attending the lodge.

The trial continues.

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