Woman woke up ‘involved in threesome against her will’

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A woman woke up to find a couple having se.x next to her and a hand in her underwear, a court heard.
Woman woke up 'involved in threesome against her will'

The alleged victim, who says she did not consent to any $exual contact, says she was horrified to find Lucy Coleman’s hands ‘everywhere’ in her pajamas and knickers.
A fight broke out and police were called.
Coleman, 33, is now on trial and denies assault by penetration and causing actual bodily harm.
‘I woke up to what happened – to Lucy touching me. Her hands were everywhere,’ the alleged victim told jurors. ‘She was laid on her back having $ex.’
After she jumped out of bed in shock, Coleman allegedly apologised and said ‘I’m sorry, I thought it was my boyfriend’.
The alleged victim claimed: ‘I said to her you dirty b***h, what are you doing. You are disgusting.’
A fight then broke out among the women, which left the victim with scratches to her face and legs.

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Woman woke up 'involved in threesome against her will'
A court heard how the victim, who cannot be named, had stayed up until the early hours drinking vodka and lemonade with Coleman

She went to sleep in Coleman’s bed at the flat in Edenbridge, Kent, on October 10 2015.
William Saunders, prosecuting, said she woke up to a hand in her underwear: ‘She was asleep at the time and was plainly never asked and plainly never consented.’

The court heard how the pair had met at 9pm the evening before and went to the off-licence to buy vodka, Sambuca shots and cigarettes before returning to the Miss Coleman’s two-bedroom flat.
It was alleged the victim had brought two grams of cocaine with her which they took throughout the evening.
It was not until mid-morning the following day that the offence is alleged to have occurred.
Hugh D’Aguilar, defending, told the court the victim had consented and was determined ‘to ruin Miss Coleman’s life’.
He showed the jury a police urine test, which concluded the victim had been taking cocaine on the night of the incident. She denied this in court.
He claimed Miss Coleman and a male friend had gone into the bedroom alone to have $exual intercourse and shut the door, but were joined by her drinking partner who began touching Miss Coleman’s breast.
He alleged it was after the male friend ‘paid no attention’ to the victim, she stormed out into the living room and launched an attack on Miss Coleman – ripping out clumps of her hair.
A 999 call played aloud to the court heard Miss Coleman telling the operator: ‘She’s attacked me can you please get her out of my house now.’
The victim could then be heard on the line claiming she had been $exually assaulted.
The trial continues.

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