24 stone ‘horny’ Southampton student ‘forced date for sex’ leaving him with a huge love bite

A 24-stone “slutty” college student accused of forcing a man to have sex with her left him with a love bite so bad it looked like she “strangled” him, jurors heard.

Imogen Brooke, 30, took a photo of the bruise the morning after the alleged incident took place and sent it to him, giving him “flashbacks of a pretty horrific incident” at her flat in Southampton, Hampshire.

The court heard that at the time she weighed 24 stone and gave him the ‘non-consensual’ love bite having ‘pinned’ him down for sex before rolling over and going to sleep.

The bruise was said to have “strangled” the man he met online.

The man, who weighs much less than Miss Brooke, told the jury the 15-minute incident left him in shock and ‘staring at the wall’.

College student Imogen Brooke (foreground), 30, accused of forcing a man to have sex with her, left him with a love bite so strong it seemed she had “strangled” him, the jury heard .

Brooke took a photo of the bruise the morning after the alleged incident occurred and sent it to the alleged victim, giving her “flashbacks of a pretty horrific incident” at her flat in Southampton, Hampshire.

Ms. Brooke denies causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent.

The court has heard that Brooke felt “horny” when she didn’t take no for an answer and got on top of her helpless victim.

The ‘very drunk’ 30-year-old allegedly began ‘riding’ the man whose protests were going ‘in one ear and out the other’, even telling him ‘you may be saying no, but your d** is saying yes’.

Jurors have been told that it is a “misconception” that sex crime victims are always women.

How sex without consent differs legally from rape and other forms of sexual assault

Ms. Brooke denies a charge of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent.

This differs from a rape charge, for which the legal definition is when a person intentionally penetrates another person’s vagina, anus, or mouth with a penis, without the other person’s consent.

Penetrative assault is when a person penetrates another person’s vagina or anus with any part of the body other than the penis, or through the use of an object, without the person’s consent.

The general definition of sexual or indecent assault is an act of physical, psychological and emotional violation in the form of a sexual act, inflicted on someone without their consent. It may involve forcing or manipulating someone to witness or participate in any sexual act.

His alleged victim testified remotely via video link and told the audience that he had flashbacks of the night Ms. Brooke climbed on top of him on the bed before forcing him to have sex against his will.

He said: ‘I remember the whole night. I remember it because I can’t get it out of my head.

The court heard that she had taken a photo of him when he finally fell asleep and sent it to him on Facebook Messenger the next day.

The man said: ‘I found it difficult to sleep that morning. It took quite a while.

“I stared at the wall most of the night after she forced me to have sex.”

He added: “I found a photo of myself, of me sleeping and with a bruise on my neck. The bruise was [Miss Brooke].

‘The mark on my neck came during the incident that took place in those early hours.

It was biting my neck. It happened while she was on top of me, when she had me pinned on my back, she was biting my neck at the same time.

He denied receiving the love bite consensually.

Southampton Crown Court heard that the complainant had not mentioned the bite in his original police complaint.

When questioned, he told the jury: “I remember everything except the bite, I just cover everything in my head and put it away.”

“I remember everything about that night and I went to sleep and woke up.”

The court was told that Ms Brooke denied the charge because she is “weight conscious” and would never take that position.

Ms Brooke denies a charge of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent

Ms Brooke denies a charge of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent

Ms Brooke denies a charge of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent

He said that after he left her apartment, he felt aggrieved and upset with her, adding, “But I buried it, put it down to moving on.”

‘I make a face, like I do when something bad happens in my life.

‘I wasn’t proud of [the love-bite]no, not inside.

When asked if the love bite brought back “recollections of a pretty horrible incident,” he said yes.

Messages between the two, who had originally met online, the next day showed that he had sent a voice note asking if she wanted to see the love bite he had given her.

In a voice memo played in court, Miss Brooke said: “The photo I took last night looked horrible, like I strangled you.”

By the way, I’ll never do that to you again. You liked it last night.

In Ms. Brooke’s defense, Audrey Archer argued that there was no message from the complainant saying she didn’t like it or telling Ms. Brooke she shouldn’t have done it.

He also claimed that the pair had kissed passionately when they got back to Brooke’s apartment that night, and that’s how the love bite came about.

Southampton Crown Court heard that the complainant had not mentioned the bite in his original police complaint.

Southampton Crown Court heard that the complainant had not mentioned the bite in his original police complaint.

Southampton Crown Court heard that the complainant had not mentioned the bite in his original police complaint.

Mrs. Archer said, “Do you remember when you came back to Miss Brooke’s apartment, the two of you sat on her bed and kissed passionately causing that love bite to her neck?”

“That’s not what happened, I’m sure of it,” he replied.

Ms Brooke argues that there was a consensual ‘make out’ where she gave him the love bite before the complainant fell asleep, and there was no sex that night.

Mrs. Archer continued, “That next day, you had no reason to be upset with Miss Brooke because she hadn’t forced you to do anything against your will, had she?”

‘She did,’ he replied.

The trial continues.

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