Wayne Scott rape trial: Woman 'screamed and cried'

A woman screamed "so loudly" as she was being raped she thought her neighbours would hear her, a court has been told.

Wayne Scott, 37, attacked her after she refused his advances when he "wanted to take things further" as the pair were kissing, Newcastle Crown Court heard.

Mr Scott, of HMP Armley, denies rape, attempted rape and "non-consensual sexual touching", in connection with two offences in 2006, in Teesside.

The woman told the court when she said stop he "pushed her and held her arms".

The jury heard the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, then "panicked, screamed and started crying" before Mr Scott "started laughing".

In a second incident, Mr Scott took the woman in his car to farmland and then raped her, the court heard.

The trial, which is expected to last five days, continues.

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