A 33-year-old man accused of raping a woman 40 years his senior allegedly told the investigating officer that the elderly woman offered him “some” and asked him if he had “grease” before he had sex with her.
The accused allegedly had sexual intercourse with the woman, his roommate at the time, without her consent on August 13, 2016. He is on trial in the No. 5 Supreme Court before Justice Pamela Beckles and a nine-member jury. He is represented by lawyer Lalu Hanuman and Senior Crown Counsel Krystal Delaney appears for the Crown.
Police Officer Paul Adamson, who assisted with the investigations, read a statement he said the accused gave to lawmen.
In it, the accused said he came home in the “last bus” after liming in Bay Garden (Oistins). As he entered the house, he saw the 73-year-old exit the bathroom naked and he said “Wow look at that big, fat ***. Some of that for me tonight.”
The woman, according to the statement, told the accused she had “big sons older than him” and he told her “sex was around before me and you and nobody outside ain’t got to know”.
The accused said the woman told him she would give him “some” and to take his time with her. The woman then asked him if he had “grease” which he retrieved from his room.
The woman, according to accused, told him she did not want to do it in the bedroom for the neighbors to hear and suggested the chair instead.
In the chair, he said the woman pulled up her nightgown to her chest and “cock up she foot”. He then put the “grease” by her genitals before putting on the condom and having sex with her.
After about half an hour, he said the woman started to push him off and he told her he had not ejaculated as yet.
In the statement, the accused recalled that the woman started to scratch him and he held her throat and bit her. He said he then “box” her in her stomach and proceeded to suck her ****.
“She start to bawl for murder…” the statement continued. The accused Reportedly related that he continued the sexual act until he ejaculated.
He said, in the statement, he then got up off the woman and told her “Go long you’s a old, miserable ***”.
During further questioning, Adamson said the accused pointed out the house and chair in relation to the incident. He also allegedly showed the police the scratches he received from the woman during the incident.
In cross examination, lawyer Lalu Hanuman asked about the absence of forensic testing and photographs of the chair. In reply the accused said it was “just a chair”. Hanuman however, suggested that seminal fluid could have been found on the chair to which Adamson agreed.
The lawyer suggested that the officer failed to do testing on the chair because he had concocted the accused man’s statement. He also suggested that his client suffered a beating by the officer.
“I am putting it to you, you beat [the accused], you cuffed him in his stomach, put a plastic bag over his head and hit him on the head.”
Constable Lisa Monroe-Small also denied beating the accused, during questioning by Hanuman.
The case continues tomorrow at noon.