A man allegedly assaulted a woman after a Bridlington house party when he invited her back to his flat and stripped her while she was asleep, a jury heard (May 10).
Colin Lunn, 42, told her they were going to have sex – but she told him to get off, only for him to try again the next morning, Hull Crown Court was told.
The pair had ended up back at his flat after a house party went wrong and she was locked out and had nowhere to go, in August 2005.
Lunn, now of 21st Avenue, Hull, has gone on trial denying 13 charges against five people including four children. He denies three charges of indecent assault, four charges of indecency with a child, one charge of serious sexual assault, two offences of sexual activity with a child, engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child, causing a child to engage in sexual activity, and sexual assault.
Crown barrister Louise Reevell said there first were two boys who were assaulted by Lunn. The younger boy was raped and told Lunn to stop, said Mrs Reevell.
One boy described how when his mother was told he had been abused “she turned white”. Mrs Reevell said the next complainant was abused on at least 10 occasions by Lunn.Mrs Reevell said the fourth complainant was asked by Lunn to abuse him by “petting him like a cat”.
Mrs Reevell said: “When the police attended his house they found a series of CCTV cameras fitted in various rooms including in the bathroom. The prosecution say the cameras were positioned for his own sexual gratification.”
Mrs Reevell said the fifth complaint was an adult assaulted after the house party.
She said when Lunn was arrested and interviewed by the police he denied anything happened with the two boys. He accepted he had cuddled the woman who had stayed at his flat but another man was there too. He said nothing sexual happened.
The trial continues.