The night porter described her as "extremely drunk". That reinforced the Crown's case based on the evidence of witnesses and the cctv
footage before she had arrived at the hotel.
The applicant was interviewed. He agreed that he had had both oral and vaginal sex with the complainant. His case was that she had consented. This was the case he advanced at trial.....
Therefore : He knew what state she was in and took advantage of a situation. If it was called 'abuse' would that give a more definite distinction as opposed to 'rape' ?
A man beating, abusing,or raping, a woman or girl who is under the influence of drink, drugs or anything else to such an extent, surely cannot be defended. Anyone who thinks it is acceptable to put that person back into the influential position he left, prior to his unscrupulous activities really needs to have experienced the other side of the fence before making excuses for the b..tards.