Student, 30, ‘Forced a Man She Met on an Online Dating Site to Have Sex With Her’, As Court Hears She Was A ‘Lot Bigger and Stronger’ Than Her Alleged victim
Post Updated Sept 30, 2022
This is not okay. I don’t support men sexually assaulting women, but I sure also do not support women sexually assaulting men.
Update – the jury found the woman not guilty, but I think she more than likely did sexually assault the guy. It’s a shame she’s not going to be fully held accountable for her behavior.
Sept 29, 2022
by Andrew Court
A woman charged with forcing a man into having sex has been found not guilty after she told a jury that she was “too lazy” to overtake him.
Imogen Brooke, 30, was accused of pinning down the man at her home in Southhampton, England, after they met on an online dating site.
According to the victim, Brooke was allegedly “very drunk” and “horny” when she suggested they have sex and refused to take no for an answer.
…The man subsequently reported the alleged incident to police and admitted that he “had an erection, but he didn’t want to have one.”
“She was on top of him, riding him by leaning on his shoulders,” prosecutor Bryan told the jury. “It didn’t finish by his ejaculation, but by him losing his erection and she gave up.”
During the purported act, Brooke allegedly gave the man a “love bite” on his neck that was so severe it later morphed into a dark bruise.
“I remember the entire night. I remember it because I can’t get it out of my head,” the alleged victim declared. “I felt violated. I couldn’t believe it happened. The following day she had no memory of what had happened.”
Brooke denied the charge of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent.
In the United Kingdom, that crime differs from rape, whereby a person must intentionally and nonconsensually penetrate another’s vagina, anus or mouth with a penis.
…She insisted that his claim that she pinned him down and straddled him for 15 minutes was not plausible because of her body-image issues.
“No, 15 minutes on top, I wouldn’t. I’m very lazy. I had no sex on top for any duration,” the accused alleged.
…Brooke insisted the pair merely kissed in her bedroom — although she did admit to giving him a love bite.
However, she said that it could never have occurred while they were having sex because she “can’t multitask.”
After the pair made out in her bedroom, Brooke said she subsequently went to check on onion rings that she had put in the oven earlier in the evening.
…It took the jury just an hour to find Brooke not guilty of the charge, with the accused bursting into tears of happiness in the courtroom when the verdict was announced.
by Tom Pyman
Sept 27, 2022
A college student has appeared in court charged with forcing a man she met online to have sex with her.
Imogen Brooke, who was ‘a lot bigger and stronger’ than her alleged victim, climbed on top of the man and wouldn’t take no for an answer, the court heard.
The ‘very drunk’ 30-year-old is said to have started ‘riding’ the man whose protests were going ‘in one ear and out the other’.
After 15 minutes she then got off him, rolled over and went straight to sleep, leaving the ‘violated’ man – who cannot be named for legal reasons – lying in bed in disbelief, Southampton Crown Court was told.
Prosecutor Robert Bryan said: ‘She pulled him towards her and said ‘well, you may be saying no, but your d*** is saying yes’. She climbed on top of him and pulled his boxer shorts down.
‘He told the police investigators she is quite a lot bigger and stronger than him and he couldn’t move her. He wanted it to stop.
‘He thought saying no would be enough. Eventually it came to an end and she just turned over and went to sleep.
Miss Brooke denies one charge of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent.
This differs to a charge of rape, for which the legal definition is when a person intentionally penetrates another’s vagina, anus or mouth with a penis, without the other person’s consent.
Jurors were told how it was a ‘misconception’ that the victims of sexual offences are always female.
Prosecutor Robert Bryan told the court: ‘Imogen Brooke caused [the complainant] to engage in the sexual activity… and he did not consent, and she did not reasonably believe him to be consenting.