A domestic helper yesterday denied willingly having sex with her solicitor boss after going into his bedroom, locking the door, and lying naked on his bed. The woman also rejected allegations she had waited for him to leave for work and then inflicted injuries upon herself before dialling 999 to accuse him of rape. Dixon Tang Kwok-wah, 45, who is married with two children, has pleaded not guilty in the Court of First Instance to raping her once and indecently assaulting her five times at his five-storey house in Aberdeen last year. Gary Plowman SC, defending, said to the woman: 'Mr Tang never indecently assaulted you. Mr Tang did not rape you. Every incident of physical contact between you was, I suggest, with your consent, or you led him to believe it was with your consent.' The witness replied: 'It is not true.' Mr Plowman alleged the helper chose to work near Tang's bedroom on the morning of the alleged rape, last year. 'Isn't it right you stopped at the doorway and you and he spoke to each other?' he asked. 'No,' said the witness. 'Then you started to touch each other,' suggested Mr Plowman. 'It is totally untrue,' she replied. The witness also denied that after they moved into the master bedroom she had closed and locked the door. She turned to the judge and said: 'My Lord, this is too much.' Mr Plowman said: 'You then walked over to the bed. Mr Tang took off your T-shirt. You removed your bra and jeans and then you lay on the left-hand side of the bed, naked.' To each suggestion, the witness said: 'No.' 'I suggest that sexual intercourse did in fact take place between you and Mr Tang but at all times you were a willing party,' said Mr Plowman. 'I disagree,' replied the woman. 'He believed you were a willing party. You did nothing to lead him to believe otherwise,' suggested the barrister. 'That is not true,' said the witness. Mr Plowman said Tang had slipped $500 into the pocket of the helper's jeans after they had sex, while she was having a shower. He alleged she had then returned to her duties and kissed Tang twice as he passed her on his way out to work. These suggestions were denied. Mr Plowman asked her: 'Did you deliberately mark your forehead? Did you cause a superficial scratching of the forehead?' The woman said: 'I am not that crazy to hurt myself.' 'Did you deliberately cause redness to your wrists?' asked the barrister. 'No,' replied the witness. The woman said Tang had grabbed her in the bedroom, banged her head against a chair, and dragged her to the bed. He then held her arms with one hand while pulling down her jeans and underwear with the other before raping her, she alleged. She admitted she had previously joked with one of the several other domestic staff in the household when asked what she would do if the solicitor asked her for 'more than a massage'. The woman told the court she had said: 'If he will give me 500,000 pesos [HK$90,000], maybe I will say yes.' When Mr Plowman suggested it had not been a joke, the witness said: 'I am not a woman greedy for money.' The witness also rejected a suggestion she had discussed blackmailing Tang. 'I am the person that this crime has been done to and now you are accusing me,' she said. The trial, before Mr Justice Michael Burrell, continues today.