A teenager told a jury today Telford takeaway delivery driver Noshad Hussain sexually abused her in a car just after her 14th birthday.
The alleged victim, who is now aged 18, said that Hussain had picked her up in a hire car and driven to a park at Dothill more than four years ago.
Giving evidence behind a screen at Wolverhampton Crown Court, the teenager was sobbing as she described what had happened in the car.
She claimed that Hussain got her to perform a sex act as they drove to a shop to buy contraceptives.
Later, after returning to Dothill Park, she alleged that Hussain had sex with her on the front passenger seat.
The young woman told the court: “I was scared. He was on top of me. It is just a big blur. I just froze. I didn’t want to do it, but I didn’t say no,” the young woman told the court.
Hussain, 22, of Regent Street, Wellington, denies four allegations relating to sexual activity with a child said to involve the witness.
He also denies a charge of facilitating child prostitution by driving another Telford teenager to be sold for sex with restaurant workers between September 2008 and December, 2009.
Today the young woman said that a teenage girlfriend had been with another man in a car parked alongside Hussain’s vehicle.
The jury heard that a police car was seen nearby and the two girls had to get out of the cars and walk home.
The witness, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said she did not say anything about the incidents until she spoke to police in December 2009.
She said she knew it was wrong, but because she did not say no, she did not think anything would be done about it.
Cross-examined by Mr Dean Kershaw, for Hussain, the witness agreed that in 2008 she drank alcohol and smoked cannabis and frequently went missing from home.
The young woman denied that she was lying about what happened with Hussain to get compensation.
“I don’t care about the money. I asked about it because of the stress and trauma of the case. It has put me through hell and back,” she said.
The trial continues.