The Accidental Rape……
It is an accident, just accident……
Linda Maree Naggs, 40, pleaded not guilty to violating the man’s anus during a naked XXX-rated show in a house in Mornington on September 24, 2007.
He said if there was penetration it was accidental and he asked what led the man to “place himself in proximity to the dildo”, which he described as “arguably statuesque”.
Mr Gilligan told the jury that the man had replaced the groom and another volunteer who were reluctant to continue their involvement with Ms Naggs. He said after she did a lap dance, rubbed her breasts in his face and used the dildo on herself, he asked her: “Be gentle. Don’t do it too hard.”
“No worries,” Mr Gilligan said Ms Naggs replied.
When the man, who was on all fours and naked from the knees up, asked her not to go near his anus, she allegedly said: “Not a problem. Relax. It’s only fun. I won’t go there.”
But Mr Gilligan said that soon after Ms Naggs applied cream or lubricant to his buttocks, he felt a sharp pain, a thrust and the dildo “go right into his anal passage”.
He said the man was hurt and shocked and after Ms Naggs allegedly told him not to worry because “only you and I know”, he said: “What the f— did you do that for, you stupid bitch.”
Mr Gilligan said the man complained to police later that day while a medical examination showed a small abrasion below his anal verge “most likely caused by blunt trauma”.
Mr Higham submitted that if there was penetration it was accidental so “this is a case, if you like, of accidental rape”.
The court heard that the man was on all fours, with his pants around his ankles, when Naggs poured cream on his back and on the pink, strap-on dildo and made thrusting motions.
The man, who said he had been an unwilling participant in Ms Naggs’ show, had told the court he scuffled with Ms Naggs and told her to leave after the incident.
“She said it was just a joke, just a joke,” he said.
Witnesses told the court that as Ms Naggs was leaving the house she repeatedly said “sorry”, and one said Ms Naggs claimed “it was an accident”.