THE woman who has accused Jarryd Hayne of rape was "filthy" about the taxi waiting outside during his whirlwind visit to her Fletcher home and says she told her mother there was "no way" she would be having sex with the former NRL star.
And then - after he went outside and told the cab driver to keep waiting - Mr Hayne "ignored" her in her bedroom and watched the dying stages of the NRL grand final. He then came into her room and broke her bed.
"If she was already in a bad mood about the taxi and that he was just there for sex and raised it with her mother," Crown prosecutor Brian Costello said during his closing address. "Then none of the events that followed would have improved her mood."
Mr Costello said that crucial sequence of events - which he said might be even worse on Mr Hayne's version of that night - showed that Mr Hayne had "no reasonable grounds" to believe the woman was consenting to any sexual activity.
Mr Hayne, now 32, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of aggravated sexual intercourse without consent and inflict actual bodily harm and is in the second week of a trial in Newcastle District Court. The woman gave evidence last week 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 for a two-day bucks party.
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 has denied.
Mr Costello said Mr Hayne's attitude towards the woman, picked up in a telephone intercept about six weeks after the alleged attack, was consistent with how the woman says he behaved on the night.
"Just some silly young cow who messaged him off Instagram," Mr Costello said, a reference to what Mr Hayne had said. "When that silly young cow said no to him after he left the grand final and the bucks party he simply ignored her wishes and got what he came there for by being forceful and rough. "The only thing that stopped that sexual activity when it did was the fact that he was so rough that he caused her to bleed significantly."
Mr Costello said the woman was honest and open throughout the entire episode; from the lead-up to meeting Mr Hayne to her evidence in the witness box.
And he said the jury would accept her evidence, and reject Mr Hayne's evidence as "unreliable or dishonest".
During his closing address, defence barrister Phillip Boulten, SC, said Mr Hayne did not disregard the woman's protests for him to stop and the woman was prepared and willing to have sex with Mr Hayne.
"You can understand why it went wrong," Mr Boulten said. "The combination of the taxi outside, her telling her mother she was not going to have sex with him and then there being sex. And the blood. It was all unplanned and unintended, but it does help to explain why [the alleged victim] has made these accusations."
The trial continues, with the jury to retire to begin deliberating on Thursday.