A policeman accused of rape took pictures of two women exposing themselves just before the alleged attack, a court heard today.
Andrew Robertson, 49, is said to have raped a young mum on a sofa at her home in January 2012 while another woman held her down.
He denies the offence and lodged a special defence of consent when he went on trial at the High Court in Aberdeen on Monday.
Yesterday the court heard that officers later discovered pictures taken on the night on Robertson’s mobile phone of the two women flashing their breasts.
And the woman’s friend broke down in tears yesterday as she took the stand to deny holding her down as Robertson carried out the alleged sexual assault.
Advocate depute Rosemary Guinnane said: “This court has heard evidence that you grabbed her arms and pinned her down onto the sofa?
The female friend replied: “No, I certainly did not.”
Ms Guinnane added: “Did you see Andrew having sex with her while you held down her arms on the sofa?”
The woman said: “No, definitely not.”
She added: “I saw Andy with her. I was coming back from the bath room.
“They were having sex.”
Robertson, from Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, is accused of restraining the woman with another person, seizing hold of her arms, preventing her from moving and raping her.
The court heard on Monday that the woman did not report the alleged rape immedietly as she knew Robertson was a cop and did not trust his colleagues to investigate.
The rape allegation only came out in the weeks after when officers approached the alleged victim directly.
His alleged victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, gave evidence via video link on the first day of the trial.
The woman claimed she and her friend had been drinking at her house on January 13.
But the court heard that the atmosphere turned “scary” when Robertson turned up later.
The woman claimed Robertson and her friend started making inappropriate comments about having a “threesome” and trying to entice her into having sex with them.
She then claims she was “intimidated” into playing a stripping game.- after which she was left naked on a sofa in her living room.
She then told the court that her friend held her down while Robertson raped her on the sofa.
However the friend denied this yesterday when she gave evidence.
She said Robertson’s alleged victim had started stripping off first and had pressured the others to get naked with her during the drunken night.
The friend said: “I remember there was something on the TV and she started chanting ‘get them off, get them off’.
“She started taking her clothes off.
“I think that’s when I went to the bathroom.”
The trial, before Lord Turnbull, continues today.