AN analyst at a top accountancy firm raped a Cambridge University student in the back of a taxi, a court heard.
Gerald Laryea, 25, who works for Deloitte, allegedly attacked her after a night of boozing.
Gerald Laryea is accused of rape[/caption]
They left a bar and got a taxi together. The alleged victim claims he took her underwear off and vaguely remembers Laryea performing a sex act on her.
She added: “I was waking up and thinking, ‘I don’t really want this to happen’. I was embarrassed.”
She told the court the defendant then tried to rape her.
The student said: “I have a half-formed feeling that he turned me over. I could feel him trying to enter me.
“He had sex with me that I did not consent to, that I was too drunk to consent to.”
Laryea allegedly attacked her on a journey from North West London to the south east of the capital.
The student told the court that she was too drunk to consent[/caption]
She admitted she did not say no or protest as she was trying to forget about what was going on. She gave a statement to police the next day.
Laryea, of Milton Keynes, claims she consented to sex and had earlier thrust her hands down his trousers.
He denies rape, attempted rape and sexual assault.
The trial at Woolwich crown court continues.