Alleged rape victim harassed ex-boyfriend, new lover

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 05 August, 1997, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 05 August, 1997, 12:00am

A teenager who claims she was raped by her ex-boyfriend yesterday said she had harassed the man and his new lover with phone calls.

The 16-year-old girl told the Court of First Instance jury she stopped calling the 21-year-old man after she was raped.

'I kept calling them up and annoyed them a lot,' she said. 'Sometimes the calls would go through the night.' The court heard the decorator and his 21-year-old girlfriend had moved in together after he stopped seeing his teenage love.

The jury heard that the young girl would show up uninvited at the couple's Wah Ming Estate flat in Fanling even though she knew it would 'cause friction'.

The teenager claimed that on June 28 last year, the new girlfriend forced her into the Fanling flat. She claimed she was stripped and pinned to the floor by the woman and her sister, also 21, while the boyfriend raped her.

The three deny charges of rape and attempted buggery.

The man and the younger sister have also denied assault. The trial continues.