A "lonely" Russell Vale man who allegedly sexually assaulted and injured a woman at her home after being turned down for a date has been granted strict court bail.
William Carter, 36, appeared in Wollongong Bail Court on Saturday after being charged with one count of sexual intercourse without consent.
Court documents reveal the alleged victim, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, received a phone call from Carter about 7.40pm last Wednesday after obtaining her number through a mutual friend.
During the conversation, Carter told the woman he was lonely and needed to talk to someone, and suggested bringing a few beers over to her place.
The woman agreed, and Carter arrived with a six-pack of beer, sitting on a couch in the lounge room.
Police will allege Carter told the woman he wanted to take her on a date during the evening, but she refused the offer.
He then allegedly told her he wanted to have sex with her and got up out of his seat, walked towards her and allegedly said "I want to kiss you".
Before the woman could respond, Carter allegedly jumped on top of her and began to kiss her on the lips and neck, before biting her on the neck.
The woman told police she tried to move back by pushing herself towards the back of the lounge, but Carter allegedly persisted and began to touch her genital area.
Carter allegedly said words to the effect of "open your legs more" and "why can't you be naughty?"
Police will allege he continued to touch the victim, forcing his hand into her underwear and digitally penetrated her with his fingers.
The woman told Carter to stop, but he continued, according to police.
"Due to the large size of the accused, the victim was unable to move him off her, but she continued to struggle to free herself," court documents said.
Police will allege Carter also forcefully put his hands into the woman's bra and fondled her breasts.
The woman said she was eventually able to free herself, and told Carter to leave.
Carter allegedly told the woman he wished they could have sex, but she said "no" and told him to leave, which he did.
The woman reported the incident to police on Friday, and Carter was arrested that night.
He was later served with an apprehended violence order and charged.
In court on Saturday, police prosecutor, Sergeant Amelia Wall said the incident "would have been terrifying for the victim", and described it as a "particularly aggressive attack".
Sgt Wall said the woman had invited Carter into her home as she felt sorry for him being lonely, and "he took advantage of that".
Carter's Legal Aid solicitor, Laura Fennell, said her client denied that the physical contact was not consensual.
She also said Carter has mental health concerns, including being treated for schizophrenia.
Carter was granted conditional bail, including that he obey the conditions of the AVO, with the matter adjourned until December 2.