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The man, who has name suppression, has denied 10 counts of indecent assault and two charges of sexual violation between 20.The Crown alleges the man was an acting coach at a modelling agency and approached four young women after group classes, inviting them to one-on-one sessions where he sexually assaulted them.In 1994, the Court of Appeal quashed convictions on three of the charges but upheld the sentence.His conviction and sentence were upheld for a second time in the Court of Appeal, in October 1999.The woman this afternoon told the court that the actor after a camera awareness course and told her she showed potential and should join his 10-week group acting class for beginners.
Much of the trial's first day was spent with defence lawyer Philip Morgan QC cross-examining the alleged victim, who said she initially took a non-forceful response to his advances."Can you tell us what you mean by saying 'no' in a lighthearted manner," he asked the tearful woman."I was saying no," she said. ""I meant it," she said."Were you saying no but not meaning no? "I was also pulling my underwear back up."Morgan also took issue with an earlier exchange between the pair, in which Kuggeleijn asked whether the woman was "on the pill" – to which she had said yes."Did you not recognise that telling him you were on the pill in those circumstances was you telling him you wanted to have sex with him? The jury of eight men and four women were played security camera footage of Kuggeleijn and the alleged victim in Hamilton's Fusion bar, which showed the pair embracing and kissing and Kuggeleijn buying her a drink.
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The jury trial began on Monday with both prosecution and defence outlining their arguments about exactly what happened in the Hamilton East house the woman was living in, in the early hours of May 17, 2015.
The court heard the alleged victim and Kuggeleijn had been drinking at a friend's party in another house in Hamilton before heading into town, and then back to her house.