Grab her p University student quoted Trump before raping girl court hears

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Penfold, of High Wycombe, Bucks, denies both rape charges and three charges of sexual assault.The female student, who was 18 at the time, told a jury she had repeatedly rejected advances from Penfold and at one stage reported him to university authorities. The pair had first met in September 2016.In a pre-recorded statement to police, she said: “He has been sexually assaulting me, light touch, since November [2016] and probably before that. “I would tell him that it was sexual assault and I would report him.” Penfold was quoting the US President, the court heardCredit:Chris McGrath/Getty Images Europe “He said, ‘Do you want me to make this quick?’. I nodded. It lasted less than five minutes,” she said. She then ordered him to leave and sent a message saying: “You knew how drunk I was. You knew I said No.” He replied that he was “really sorry”, the court heard.Under cross examination, the student was adamant the encounter was non-consensual, telling the court: “I very clearly was not consenting. I got the impression that afterwards he realised what he had done. It wasn’t consensual.”The charges relate to different dates between 1 October 2016 and 3 March 2017.Penfold is also accused of raping another female student, who had been on a night out beforehand.  He found it funny. I said that it wasn’t funny and asked him to leaveComplainant The student alleged she was raped by Penfold after a night out with friends in Lincoln city centre.She claimed the defendant had messaged her in the early hours of that night and she had agreed he could visit.The pair were watching Netflix together when he allegedly told her to take off her jeans, claiming she would feel more comfortable – then tried to kiss and touch her.As the night deepened, Penfold climbed on top of her, removed her underwear and raped her as she pleaded for him to stop, the court heard.  Penfold was quoting the US President, the court heard A university student sexually assaulted a woman after quoting Donald Trump’s “grab her by the p****” comment, a court has heard.Hugo Penfold allegedly grabbed the fellow student’s crotch on top of her clothes after quoting the US President, the court heard.She told the court: “He found it funny. I said that it wasn’t funny and asked him to leave.”Penfold is also accused of later raping the woman after a night out, a trial at Lincoln Crown Court was told. The student also faces a count of rape against another woman. The woman – who cannot be named for legal reasons – told a jury that she was “very clearly not consenting” when he began to have sex with her. Sarah Phelan, prosecuting, said: “Hugo Penfold asked if he could stay with her…she repeatedly told him to stop but he didn’t. She was extremely distressed by what happened and asked him to leave.”Penfold said all sexual contact with the women was consensual. The trial continues.