South Wales Police HR director denies rape

The HR director of South Wales police has denied raping a woman from Swansea after meeting her on a drunken night out.

Greg Jones was accused of throwing the woman, who has not been named for legal reasons, to the floor and raping her on three separate occasions during one evening.

Swansea Crown Court heard how Jones met the woman and her friend at a pub in Swansea and went on to the Lava Lounge nightclub before getting a taxi with another couple to a friend’s house.

The woman told Swansea Crown Court that Jones had behaved in a very suggestive way while in the club.

“He said I had a nice bottom and although I laughed I did actually say to him ‘It’s not as if you’re going to see it’. I wanted to get that point across,” she said.

The complainant admitted that she and Jones had taken a small amount of amphetamine earlier on in the evening.

Dyfed Thomas, prosecuting barrister, said the woman had 24 sites of bruising on her body after the alleged incident.

Jones admitted that he had “vigorous” sex with her but denied three accounts of rape.

The case continues.

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