A 14-year-old girl broke off her evidence and slumped into a chair as she used a television link yesterday to describe how her father subjected her to a six-month sexual ordeal. Mr Justice Thomas Gall briefly stopped the case to allow the teenager time to gather her composure. When she continued she told the jury how her 48-year-old father repeatedly abused her between July and December 1994. Prosecutor Stuart Cotsen said the unemployed man had sex with his daughter once every few days over those months. It started when she was helping him tidy up a flat in Sha Tin which the family planned to move into, the court heard. The girl said her father called her into the bedroom and began kissing her face. He removed her lower clothing and had sex with her, it was alleged. She told the court: 'It was hurting me a lot. I tried to push him away but I failed.' Mr Cotsen said she did not dare report what had happened at the time. The father later also allegedly abused her at the family home. She told the jury this would take place when her mother was at work. On the final occasion, her father went to the girl as she was sleeping in her bed at night. 'He wanted to molest me again. But I put up resistance. I rolled myself up under a blanket. He tried to open the blanket. But then he looked at the clock. He held me up and he bit me three times on my cheek,' she said. The father denies six sample charges of incest. The girl gave evidence from a room near the court and pictures of her were screened before the judge and jury. While describing the first allegation, she suddenly said she had a headache and disappeared from view. The judge said: 'The witness has retreated from the table where she was giving evidence and is sitting slumped in a chair being comforted by the person caring for her.' She is to continue to give her evidence today.