Richmond defender cleared over nightclub incident


Richmond’s Liam Baker has been cleared of any wrongdoing stemming to a recent incident at a Melbourne nightclub, the Herald Sun is reporting.

The two-time premiership defender was capsicum-sprayed by a female patron at the Osborne Rooftop and Bar in South Yarra in the early hours of January 31.

It was initially reported that Baker had been involved in a verbal altercation with the woman.

However, he has since been cleared after an investigation which involved reviewing CCTV footage.

The Tigers have not commented on the specific details of the incident but have informed the Herald Sun that Baker, 23, was not in the wrong and that the “club now considered the matter finalised”.





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Vancouver man charged for allegedly running makeshift nightclub released on bail


A Vancouver man has been released on strict bail conditions after being charged with violating public health orders by allegedly hosting dozens of people at a makeshift nightclub in his downtown penthouse.

Mohammad Movassaghi was released from custody on Sunday afternoon after agreeing to five bail conditions that include a promise not to host any events in his residence, not to have any alcohol in his home and to limit occupancy of his suite to himself and one other person.

According to court records, Movassaghi is facing two counts of violating B.C.’s Public Health Act early Sunday morning by hosting an event and allowing “a place” to be used for an event contrary to the the orders of Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.

Vancouver police arrested the 42-year-old on the weekend after attending a residence they allege was packed with people and operating as a nightclub and show lounge complete with menus, tables, point-of-sale terminals and cash tills.

Police said they issued more than $17,000 in fines to the 77 people they say were found in the 1,100-square-foot penthouse.

They also said no one inside was wearing a face mask.

Penalties up to $25,000 and 6 months in jail

Movassaghi was released on his own recognizance after also agreeing to comply with all public health orders and to open the door and present himself at his residence upon the request of police.

Both counts against Movassaghi were filed under Section 99(1)(k) of the Public Health Act, which carries penalties of up to $25,000 and/or six months in jail.

A Vancouver man has been charged with violating public health orders in connection with an alleged operation in his penthouse at this downtown highrise. (Jon Hernandez/CBC News)

Vancouver police first launched an investigation last week after a witness called to report a large party inside a penthouse apartment near Richards Street and Georgia Street.

Police handed out numerous fines to a man who was allegedly working as a doorman. They claimed the party host refused to open the door and was defiant.

In the days that followed, Movassaghi sent a complaint letter to Vancouver police Chief Const. Adam Palmer claiming officers had attempted to break into his unit by “banging incessantly at the door.”

In the letter, which Movassaghi provided to CBC News, he claimed officers had damaged his peephole.

One officer “stated that the purpose of their attendance was to investigate a potential COVID violation,” the letter said.

“I told him I know nothing of the sort and that I am the unit owner, living in my house of my free will. I asked him and his team to leave the premises multiple times.”

Numerous Vancouver police vehicles converged on the street where police broke up a penthouse party on the weekend. The alleged host has been charged with violating public health orders. (Emily Rogers)

Officers returned early Sunday with a search warrant after two additional large parties were allegedly held over the weekend.

Each partygoer was fined $230 for attending a non-compliant event. The party host was arrested under the Public Health Act and taken to jail, according to police.

Former financial planner

Movassaghi, a former financial planner, ran into professional trouble when a client he was also renting a condo to brought forward claims he had transferred several of her accounts from Investors Group to Harbourfront Wealth Management without her authorization when he changed workplaces in 2016.

According to court documents, he has a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s in business administration. He started working as a private investment consultant in 1998, and by the time he left Investors Group, he had 153 clients and was managing assets of up to $20 million.

A hearing into the claims found Movassaghi had forged the client’s signature on multiple occasions and falsified documents and trade orders on her accounts.

Movassaghi has been released on bail after being charged with violating the orders of Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry. (Chad Hipolito/The Canadian Press)

In July 2017, Movassaghi was fined $27,500 by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada and banned from the industry for eight months.

He is also facing further professional discipline in a ruling expected next month from the Financial Planning Standards Council.

Last April, he lost a wrongful dismissal suit brought against Harbourfront in B.C. Supreme Court and was ordered to pay almost $15,000 in a counterclaim.

British Columbia’s COVID-19 restrictions ban gathering with anyone outside your household.

Since Friday, the province has recorded 1,158 new COVID-19 cases. Of the new cases, 408 were recorded between Friday and Saturday, 473 were recorded between Saturday and Sunday, and 277 between Sunday and Monday. There are currently 4,134 active cases in the province.

Since Friday, there have been 21 new deaths related to COVID-19 in B.C. A total of 1,210 people in the province have died after contracting COVID-19.

There are 289 people in hospital, with 79 in intensive or critical care.

Movassaghi’s next scheduled court appearance is on Feb. 22.

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Mitchell Pearce wedding: Text message scandal, Kristin Scott, Kings Cross nightclub, Australia Day, dog sex act, NRL news 2020


A teenage Mitchell Peace was tipped for big things when he debuted in the NRL in 2007 but off-field controversies have threatened his reputation as one of footy’s most skilful playmakers.

The son of rugby league royalty Wayne “Junior” Pearce, Mitchell quickly made his mark at the Roosters and in just his second year of first grade found himself playing halfback for the NSW Origin side.

Pearce’s talent has always been undeniable but his decision-making away from the paddock has, at times, left the Newcastle No. 7 open to criticism.

He’s in the headlines again after his wedding was called off at the last minute because his fiancee Kristin Scott reportedly found out about “flirty” text messages being exchanged between Pearce and a young female employee at the Knights.

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It’s just the latest in a long line of reasons Pearce’s footy hasn’t always done the talking.



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Text message scandal, Kristin Scott, Kings Cross nightclub, Australia Day, dog sex act, NRL news 2020


A teenage Mitchell Peace was tipped for big things when he debuted in the NRL in 2007 but off-field controversies have threatened his reputation as one of footy’s most skilful playmakers.

The son of rugby league royalty Wayne “Junior” Pearce, Mitchell quickly made his mark at the Roosters and in just his second year of first grade found himself playing halfback for the NSW Origin side.

Pearce’s talent has always been undeniable but his decision-making away from the paddock has, at times, left the Newcastle No. 7 open to criticism.

He’s in the headlines again after his wedding was called off at the last minute because his fiancee Kristin Scott reportedly found out about “flirty” text messages being exchanged between Pearce and a young female employee at the Knights.

It’s just the latest in a long line of reasons Pearce’s footy hasn’t always done the talking.

THE WOMAN IN THE YELLOW DRESS

Late nights in Sydney party district Kings Cross rarely end well for footballers — as Pearce discovered in 2014.

The then-Roosters star was arrested and issued with an infringement notice for failing to leave a licensed premises after being argumentative with police officers when they attended a nightclub to deal with complaints about a patron.

Pearce reportedly made advances to a female in the venue who, in the aftermath, became known as the “woman in the yellow dress”. She didn’t appreciate his approaches and alerted police inside the club.

CCTV captured the interaction and footage aired on Channel 9 also showed Pearce being escorted outside and led away in handcuffs.

He was banned from Kings Cross for 48 hours but faced no other charges or action from police, and the woman declined to take the matter any further.

Still, it was a black mark next to Pearce’s name and he was fined $20,000 and banned for one match by the Roosters.

AUSTRALIA DAY WITH A DOG

Pearce’s most infamous scandal came on Australia Day 2016 when he was filmed simulating a sex act with a dog in another person’s apartment.

Footage emerged of a drunken Pearce trying to kiss a female, who rejected his advances by saying she was a “lesbian”, then pretending to perform a lewd act with a dog.

“I’ll f*** that dog, I don’t give a f***, I don’t have a sexuality,” Pearce is heard saying in the video.

Pearce was slapped with an enormous $125,000 fine and suspended for eight games as the NRL came down hard on the misbehaving superstar.

The incident prompted Pearce to admit he had a problem with alcohol, and he flew to Thailand for a month-long stint in rehab to get his life back on track.

Last year the NRL admitted it “overcooked” the punishment it dished out to Pearce for the embarrassing scandal — which included the largest monetary penalty any player has ever received.

WEDDING CRASHER

The Daily Telegraph first reported Pearce’s wedding at Byron Bay had been called off after he was caught sending text messages to a young female employee at the Knights.

The publication later reported Pearce faces being dumped as Newcastle captain, with CEO Phil Gardner and coach Adam O’Brien disappointed at the 31-year-old’s behaviour.

“The club is crying out for better leadership. This doesn’t help us because the coach has worked hard to lift standards over the last 12 months,” a source told The Telegraph.

Pearce and Scott started dating in 2019 and earlier this year the footballer spoke glowingly about her influence in helping him settle down.

“I’m feeling very settled in my life. She’s a beautiful girl and I’m looking forward to sharing our future together,” he said.

When Pearce proposed in April, both gushed about their relationship on social media.

“My forever. Best moment of my life,” Pearce wrote on Instagram.

Scott added: “Life has just fallen into place. I cannot wait to be your wife.”

But this latest scandal has put their future together in jeopardy.

FOOTBALL JOURNEY

Pearce was routinely mocked for much of his career for failing to deliver his state the Origin shield, winning just five of his first 18 games for NSW.

He returned to be part of the Blues’ victorious 2019 campaign but Newcastle supporters are now waiting for the veteran of nearly 300 NRL games to take the club to the next level.

Pearce left the Roosters after a decade on sour terms when the tri-colours dumped him and recruited Cooper Cronk to play halfback and although the Knights have endured a lean run during their recent rebuilding phase, patience is running thin.

Pearce is captain and on a deal worth $1 million a season, but will need to take a major pay cut to re-sign with the club. With the likes of Kalyn Ponga, David Klemmer, Jacob Saifiti and Bradman Best in the squad, big things are expected sooner rather than later from the Knights.

However, the most recent headlines surrounding Pearce might make fans nervous their halfback isn’t the man to lead them to the promised land — a first premiership since 2001.



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Coronavirus UK: Police catch 100 revellers in speakeasy-style nightclub under Soho hairdresser


Police broke up an illegal speakeasy-style party attended by more than 100 revellers held in the basement of a Soho barbershop.  

CCTV released today shows officers dispersing the mass gathering at Cut and Grind in London’s West End at around 1am on Friday. 

The Met is now threatening to fine the owner of the barbers £10,000 after it blasted the ‘frankly shocking’ and ‘irritating’ breach of coronavirus regulations. 

Cut and Grind barbers had allowed customers to hire its venue to throw a party or event, organise a photoshoot or launch a product – but the venue-hire section of its website has now been removed. 

The hairdressers says it is known as ‘one of the best barbers in London’ for offering ‘free flowing complimentary drinks including wine, beer, spirits and freshly made coffee’.

It comes as London is set to be plunged into a Tier 3 shutdown just days before Christmas – while bubbles allowing families to gather over the holiday could be cancelled.

PC Steve Muldoon said: ‘London is on the cusp of stricter restrictions and it is deeply concerning and irritating that people are still willing to break the rules and put the health of Londoners at risk. 

Police were called to Cut and Grind in London’s West End at around 1am on Friday to discover the large group gathered at a bar and on the dancefloor while the capital was in Tier 2 

Police broke up an illegal party attended by more than 100 revellers thrown by a Soho barber shop which created a speakeasy-style nightclub in the venue's basement

Police broke up an illegal party attended by more than 100 revellers thrown by a Soho barber shop which created a speakeasy-style nightclub in the venue's basement

Police broke up an illegal party attended by more than 100 revellers thrown by a Soho barber shop which created a speakeasy-style nightclub in the venue’s basement

The Met released CCTV showing the moment crowds were quickly dispersed, with the owner being identified and reported for consideration of a £10,000 fixed penalty notice

The Met released CCTV showing the moment crowds were quickly dispersed, with the owner being identified and reported for consideration of a £10,000 fixed penalty notice

A rise in infections means London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire will be put under Tier 3

A rise in infections means London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire will be put under Tier 3

‘Over the last couple of weeks, we have responded to a number of parties and unlicensed music events across Soho.

‘It is frankly shocking that people are willing to break the rules, which are clearly there to keep people safe.

‘At this critical time for our city, I would urge everyone to stick to the rules. They are there to keep us all safe and prevent the spread of the virus.’

Police have the power to hand out £10,000 ‘super fines’ for breaches of coronavirus regulations involving mass gatherings in England and Wales.

They have been issued for those organising anti-lockdown protests as well as large weddings, raves and student parties.   

Restrictions which are due to be eased over Christmas could be kept in place as Boris Johnson was warned by leading medical journals the BMJ and HSJ that the bubbles will ‘cost lives’.  

The journals are spearheading a campaign to axe the ‘rash’ festive easing – even though it is due to start in just nine days and many families will already have made travel arrangements.

Tory MPs are also increasingly nervous about the UK-wide proposals with cases surging and fears over a new potentially more infectious coronavirus strain, while the Welsh government has indicated it could think again

The owner of a Soho hairdressers could be fined £10,000 after throwing an illegal party for more than 100 revellers in a speakeasy-style nightclub in the venue's basement

The owner of a Soho hairdressers could be fined £10,000 after throwing an illegal party for more than 100 revellers in a speakeasy-style nightclub in the venue’s basement

PC Steve Muldoon from the Soho policing team said: 'London is on the cusp of stricter restrictions and it is deeply concerning and irritating that people are still willing to break the rules and put the health of Londoners at risk'

PC Steve Muldoon from the Soho policing team said: ‘London is on the cusp of stricter restrictions and it is deeply concerning and irritating that people are still willing to break the rules and put the health of Londoners at risk’

Police data showed a total of 18,683 notices were handed out in England and Wales between March 27 and August 17, although some were for more than one reason

Police data showed a total of 18,683 notices were handed out in England and Wales between March 27 and August 17, although some were for more than one reason

London mayor Sadiq Khan has added his voice to the demands, but predicted that the PM will not shift because he won’t want to be seen as ‘cancelling Christmas’.

As Mr Johnson gathered Cabinet to discuss the ongoing crisis, Treasury minister Steve Barclay said the relaxation plans were constantly being looked at, although he stressed the government was not going to ‘criminalise’ people who want to see their relatives.

Under the festive easing, up to three households are allowed to meet for five days between December 23 and 27.

Urgent talks have been going on in Whitehall about whether to tighten regulations, with a source saying: ‘The Christmas rules might change.’

However, Downing Street has insisted there are no plans for a rethink despite a rise in infections that means London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire will be put under Tier Three curbs from tonight.

Asked during a round of interview this morning whether there was any chance of a change, Mr Barclay said: ‘Well, all things are always kept under review.’

But he went on to make clear there is currently no intention to change course. 

‘There is a balance to be struck that many families have not seen each other all year. It is important for people’s wellbeing, for their mental health. We don’t want to criminalise people for coming together as family over Christmas,’ he said.

‘But, it is important that people do the minimum that is possible. So, people will be making their own judgments.’

Meanwhile, some experts have been cautioning that it is too early to be getting alarmed about a new strain of coronavirus . The latest variant does not appear to be more deadly, and the risk that it will be impervious to the existing vaccines is regarded as low.



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Three-floor cannabis farm worth £1m discovered at former nightclub in Coventry | UK News


A three-floor cannabis farm estimated to be worth more than £1 million has been uncovered at a former nightclub in Coventry.

National Crime Agency (NCA) officers raided the property on Thursday and found 1,000 cannabis plants, making it one of the biggest seizures ever made by the organisation.

Sophisticated planting, growing and irrigation equipment, valued at around £150,000, was also discovered by officers.

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NCA officers had to force their way through several reinforced doors to access the plants
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Three floors of cannabis plants were found in the building

Three men have been arrested and charged with production of a class B drug. Two of the suspects were detained with the assistance of the West Midlands Police drone unit as they attempted to flee the building.

Adam Warnock, NCA branch commander, said: “This is a significant drug seizure which will have a huge impact on the organised crime groups involved, depriving them of commodity and profit.

“The size of the cannabis factory was significant and sophisticated, spread across three floors of a large building. It is certainly one of the largest grows ever uncovered by the NCA.

“Operations like this underline the value and power of working with law enforcement partners like West Midlands Police to take down high-harm criminals.

“Our investigation into this seizure continues.”

Andi Qani, 24, and Cao Van Vu, 31, appeared before Coventry magistrates on Friday. They have been remanded in custody until their next hearing at Warwick Crown Court on 12 November

The third man, Adrian Lieshaj, aged 28, is also wanted by German authorities for robbery offences and is the subject of a European Arrest Warrant, the NCA said. He was taken to Westminster Magistrates court for the extradition matter to be heard.

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Sophisticated planting, growing and irrigation equipment was also found

Chief Superintendent Lee Wharmby, head of West Midlands Police’s operations department, said drones had been instrumental in making the arrests.

“Our pilots helped detain two people using our state-of-the art drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras,” he said.

“It’s always great when we can help out a partner agency. Our job is to protect the public and drones are invaluable to us.”



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Three Canberra men found guilty of gang rape after night out at Mooseheads nightclub


Three men have been found guilty of taking part in a gang rape after a night out drinking in Canberra last year.

Simon Vunilagi, who was accused of controlling the situation, was found guilty of eight of eleven charges, including rape, rape in company and one act of indecency.

Josefa Masivesi, 45, who lived in the unit where the offences happened was found guilty of three charges and Simi Vatanitawake, 22, was convicted of one count of rape in company.

A fourth man, Ratu Macanawai, 25, was cleared of the two charges against him.

The ACT Supreme Court trial was heard by Chief Justice Helen Murrell last month.

The victim told the court she feared for her life when she was raped by the men over several hours until she finally escaped and sought help from a stranger.

The court viewed hours of CCTV vision from nightclub Mooseheads where the woman was seen kissing Vatanitawake and being held by Vunilagi.

Simon Vunilagi was found to have led the gang rape of a woman he met at Mooseheads.(ABC News)

In her judgement, Justice Murrell noted the woman had entered the taxi with Vunilagi voluntarily and had been chatting to him at first.

She cleared Vunilagi of the first two charges.

“Although I accept the complainant’s evidence that from the beginning she had stated that ‘she didn’t want to do anything’, given the difficulties with her evidence about what had occurred in and outside Mooseheads, I cannot dismiss the possibility that she failed to make her position clear from the outset,” Justice Murrell said.

But she accepted the woman had been crying and resisting, and the later acts were done without her consent.

The Chief Justice also recognised the woman had been raped by a fourth person but, while she thought it was probably Mr Macanawai, she couldn’t be satisfied beyond reasonable doubt, and he was acquitted.

Woman texted for help as men claim she ‘offered herself’ to them

The only one of the men to give evidence was Masivesi.

She said Masivesi made many assertions that tended to exonerate him or the co-accused.

“He asserted that the complainant offered herself to him, but he refrained because his wife’s face flashed before him,” Justice Murrell said.

But Justice Murrell said Masivesi had entered the room around the time the other men had left, at the time when the woman had sent a text message to a friend saying, “please help me”.

“It is hardly likely that the complainant offered herself to him at about the same time,” she said.

Justice Murrell also noted that Masivesi, despite his character references and his sympathy for her plight, had failed to control the younger men.

Vunilagi, who has been free on bail, was taken into custody from the court.

The three men will be sentenced in November.



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Eddie McGuire nightclub visit, laughable excuse,


Eddie McGuire is the master of spin — and his defence over a controversial nightclub visit was laughable in all the right ways.

Hawthorn chief Jeff Kennett slammed the Collingwood president this week for being photographed in the Pink Flamingo on the Gold Coast while others in footy remain quarantined in hubs, saying: “While he is out there jiving at the Pink Flamingo, his players and coaches are in a hub breathing stale air.”

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McGuire didn’t break any rules because he is not part of the Collingwood “bubble”, and having completed his 14 days in isolation after arriving in Queensland, is now free to behave like any other citizens of the Sunshine State.

Defending his nightclub appearance on Triple M radio on Monday, McGuire said he was merely doing research about how venues are reopening in a COVID-19 world as part of his role with Visit Victoria — an organisation that aims to attract tourists to his home state.

“(I) speak extensively to people in the restaurant and hospitality industry about how we get Victoria going again,” McGuire said on the Hot Breakfast. “(That’s) part of what I was looking at the other night and how that all works.

“I went through the procedure on how you go about doing things if you are outside the hub.”

McGuire said he was conducting a reconnaissance mission, adding the people he was with told him: “‘The best place we can show you is this place called the Pink Flamingo’.”

Former Footy Show host Craig Hutchison and AFL reporter Damian Barrett, who used to work with McGuire on the Footy Show, both loved the way the Channel 9 star spun his way out of a sticky situation.

Discussing the episode on The Sounding Board podcast, both Barrett and Hutchison — who hosts Footy Classified on Monday nights — couldn’t help but chuckle at the Collingwood supremo’s confidence to shut down his critics.

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Barrett acknowledged McGuire had done nothing wrong other than be responsible for a “small bad look”, and gave him a proverbial hat-tip for using Visit Victoria as part of his defence.

“He can fall on his sword totally, or he can go another way,” Barrett said. “Now, knowing Eddie, he’s going to go the way that he is convinced is the right way to go.

“I laughed though because he almost doubled down on his right to be in the Pink Flamingo in whatever time it was, in those circumstances.

“And what I love most about it is, in part of his life, he is a member of Visit Victoria, which is the promotional body to bring people to Victoria.

“Victoria is in complete lockdown right now but Eddie, from the goodness of his heart, is helping Victoria, according to his statement.

“I started smirking as he was saying it, he was trying to do the right thing by Victoria in going to the Pink Flamingo to learn protocols on how we can re-open establishments.”

Hutchison agreed with Barrett and said McGuire only found himself in the limelight because he was too kind to refuse a photo when asked by a couple of men to pose in front of the camera.

“I say this with admiration, the reconnaissance mission defence — you know you’re a confident human being when you launch a reconnaissance defence on the Pink Flamingo,” Hutchison said.

“I say that in absolute admiration.

“How you would keep a straight face on a reconnaissance pitch is what made me laugh.

“He was in a no-win situation … the reconnaissance was a bold defence.

“I love the defence … I love the confidence to be able to attempt it.”



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Canberra court views CCTV footage of woman interacting with alleged rapists in Mooseheads nightclub



A woman who was allegedly gang-raped by four men in Canberra has denied she went out to “pick up” after a fight with her fiance.

The four men — Simon Vunilagi, Josefa Masivesi, 45, Isimeli Vatanitawake, 22, and Ratu Macanawai, 25 — are all on trial in the ACT Supreme Court.

They are charged with sexually assaulting the woman after a night out at the Civic pub and nightclub Mooseheads last year.

The woman told the court she was picked up by the group in a very intoxicated state and taken to a unit where they took turns to rape her.

Prosecutors allege Mr Vunilagi was the ring leader who brought the three others in and out of the room, as well as assaulting the woman himself.

He is facing more than 10 charges, mostly for rape.

The woman had told police the men forced drinks on her, and grabbed her.

But today, after the court was shown detailed CCTV footage of her interacting with the men at Mooseheads, she admitted that was a “wrong memory”.

The CCTV shows her kissing Mr Vatanitawake for about eight minutes, outside the female toilets, and then pulling him inside.

She was asked by lawyer James Sabharwal what happened in there.

Woman: “I can’t remember going in there.”

Mr Sabharwal: “I suggest you took him in because you wanted to have sex with him.”

Woman: “I just remember kissing him.”

Mr Sabharwal: “I suggest to you that this is the person you wanted to have sex with.”

The woman denied that.

She also denied a suggestion that at the unit she had kissed Mr Vatanitawake in the bedroom and consented to sex.

“We were pashing, but it was not with consent,” she said.

“He did not ask me.”

Lawyer Steven Whybrow showed the woman a picture of herself entering Mooseheads.

He suggested her engagement ring was not on her left hand and that she had deliberately removed it.

The woman said she had not removed her ring that night, and did not concede that the grainy photo presented to the court showed there was nothing on her finger.



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