An Illawarra teenager has described feeling "dirty" and needing to have a bath and shower after she was allegedly raped by an Illawarra DJ, a court has heard.
The girl said she repeatedly told Remzi Bektasovski that she did not want to have sex with him that day but he sexually assaulted her in her bedroom on February 1, 2017.
Three then-teenagers have accused Bektasovski of raping them on separate occasions between 2016 and 2017 in the Illawarra.
Bektasovski, 22, has pleaded not guilty to five charges of sexual and indecent assault in his Wollongong District Court trial.
He claims the sexual encounters were all consensual.
During the second day of the trial, the second alleged victim, who can not be named for legal reasons, told the court she matched with Bektasovski on a dating app before they talked on social media and through text message.
She said the relationship turned physical in late 2016 and they had consensual sex three times.
"I never initiated [the sex], it would always be him asking me," the young woman replied.
"I never felt like I wanted to have sex with him.
She later added, "I didn't really want to but I went along with it but didn't give Remzi any belief that I didn't want to."
However on the fourth occasion on February 1, 2017 the teen said she received a message from Bektasovski asking her if he could meet her at her house.
She said she sent him a Snapchat message telling him she did not want to have sex as she thought that was what he wanted to do, to which he replied he just wanted to "talk".
However, in a subsequent message he said "well I'm coming for it so be ready", to which she replied "WTF no".
"I told him at the front door that I didn't want to have sex before he walked in, he said 'yeah I know' then he walked in," the teenager told the jury.
The woman said once in her bedroom, the pair lay down on her bed and started kissing before she again said she did not want to have sex.
They stood and he started touching her and she again repeated that she did not want to have sex, prompting him to ask if he could "grind" up against her with their clothes on.
"I said yes ... I knew he wouldn't leave unless he got something from me sexually," she said.
"I was facing the bed ... he laid me down on my tummy and then he pulled my underwear to the side and he put his penis in me.
"I went into shock, I didn't know what to do."
The teen said Bektasovski finished, stood up, went to the doorway and said "he knew I would enjoy it if he forced me to", then left her home.
The young woman said she went to the bathroom to run a bath "because I felt dirty".
"I always felt dirty after having sex with Remzi. He just made me feel dirty," she said.
The teen said she called and messaged two friends to explain what happened.
"I never wanted to have sex with him. I never wanted to have that relationship with him," she said.
The teen reported the alleged rape to police in late 2017.
During cross-examination, Bektasovski's defence barrister Matthew Johnston suggested the teen did not actually send a Snapchat message to his client saying she didn't want to have sex because there was no screenshot.
The young woman disagreed.
Mr Johnston questioned the teen about the timeline of her version of events and asked whether she was referring to a different day.
"No, I'm not taking about any other day," the young woman said.
"It leaves very little time to be with Remzi," Mr Johnston later suggested.
"He came over, what happened happened, there were no niceties that day."
The young woman also disagreed when it was suggested that Bektasovski did not rape her.
Mr Johnston suggested the teen was mistaken when she said she called a friend to tell her about the alleged assault almost immediately after Bektasovsk left as there was no record on her mobile phone log.
"I remember calling her ... I could have called her on Snapchat, I could have called her on Facebook Messenger or on Instagram," she said.
Mr Johnston also showed the young woman a call log that showed she had been in contact with Bektasovski on several occasions in the eight months after the alleged rape.
She admitted the documents showed they had communicated but said "I don't remember any of these texts".
Meantime, the first woman, who gave her evidence in chief on Monday, was cross-examined by Mr Johnston on Tuesday morning.
The woman told the jury Bektasovski had sexual intercourse without her consent despite her telling him to stop more than once after he began "aggressively" kissing her and holding her shoulders while in her bedroom in November 2016.
Mr Johnston suggested the woman did not tell Bektasovski to stop when he was aggressively rubbing against her, causing her pain.
"I disagree because it did happen," the woman replied.
"I suggest to you that on no day did Mr Bektasovski say 'its OK, it will just be like last time," Mr Johnston said.
"I disagree because it did happen," the woman replied.
"At no time did he put his penis into you without your consent?" Mr Johnston said.
"I disagree, he did do that."
"Is it possible that what occurred in your mind was not consensual, but you didn't convey that to Remzi?" Mr Johnston suggested.
"I disagree because I definitely did."
Mr Johnston also went on to suggest the woman had changed her version of events during the alleged rape after learning other girls had made police statements also alleging they had been sexually assaulted.
"No, I wouldn't do that," the woman replied.
The trial continues.
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