THE mother of a woman who claims Jarryd Hayne twice raped her in her bedroom at Fletcher says her daughter told her "I think he wants sex... there is no way".
The alleged victim's mother gave evidence on Thursday morning on the fourth day of the former NRL star's rape trial in Newcastle District Court.
Mr Hayne, now 32, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of aggravated sexual intercourse without consent and inflict actual bodily harm.
The woman gave evidence that the pair had struck up a flirtatious relationship on social media before arranging to meet at her house at Fletcher on the night of the 2018 NRL grand final.
Mr Hayne had been in Newcastle that weekend attending a two-day bucks party for a fellow rugby league player.
After an awkward interaction in her bedroom, during which Mr Hayne serenaded her with Ed Sheeran covers, the woman became aware that Mr Hayne had kept a taxi waiting outside to continue driving him back to Sydney.
The woman says that after realising he wasn't planning on staying long and was just after sex, she resolved not to have any sexual interaction with him.
But she claims he forced himself on her on her bed, tried to kiss her and then pulled off her pants before engaging in two sexual acts that left blood on her bed and Mr Hayne's face.
The woman has said she repeatedly told Mr Hayne "no" and "I don't want to", a claim Mr Hayne's defence denies.
The woman's mother was at the home in Fletcher when Mr Hayne came around to visit her daughter, but only became aware of his presence when the taxi driver knocked on her front door to ask where the former NRL star was.
It was at that point that the woman's mother says she spoke to her daughter privately.
"She said "I think he wants sex," the woman's mother said of her daughter. "But she said "there is no way" and I said "that's right."
The woman's mother said she went back into the loungeroom to watch the dying stages of the grand final and Mr Hayne came in, stood near her and said "go the Roosters" and "I'm jealous" before disappearing back up the hallway towards her daughter's bedroom.
It was not long after that that the woman claims Mr Hayne twice sexually assaulted her on her bed.
The woman's mother says her daughter later told her Mr Hayne had suffered a nose bleed and left.
The woman has given evidence that she said that in a bid to explain the blood stains in her room.
But the next day she says her daughter showed her a photograph of her genitalia that had "three nasty puncture wounds."
As well as the woman's mother, the taxi driver who drove Mr Hayne from the bucks party at New Lambton to the woman's house at Fletcher and then on to Sydney gave evidence on Thursday.
The cab driver, Helen Morel, said Mr Hayne paid $550 to go to Sydney, but after they set off he said he had to pick up a bag at Fletcher.
They stopped at the woman's house and Mr Hayne went inside, leaving a bottle of pre-mix alcohol on the letterbox.
The taxi driver said she waited outside for 20 minutes before she went and knocked on the door.
She waited a bit longer before Mr Hayne came out and jumped in the back seat and they drove to Sydney, where Mr Hayne said he had to be at a sponsors party by midnight.