TIPSY WIFE ‘RUBBED BARE BOOBS WITH PARTY GUEST THEN BEGGED HER FOR THREESOME’
SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE: Sarah and David Finan A MARRIED couple molested a woman as they tried to entice her into a threesome after a drunken night out, a court has heard.
David and Sarah Finan are said to have repeatedly invited the woman to join them for sex after returning to their home in Chatham, Kent, following an evening in a nearby pub.
Maidstone Crown Court was told the two women had previously had breast enlargements, and earlier in the evening had rubbed their breasts together and posed while Mr Finan took photos of them in front of other guests at their home.
But the court was told the couple later took it in turns to try to convince the woman to have a threesome with them – and at one stage Mr Finan, 41, suggested the two women have sex while he watched.
But he and his 37-year-old wife, described as ‘always outrageous, the life and soul’, were persistently turned down.
The court heard the alleged victim even sent desperate text messages asking for help to another woman sleeping at the Finan home during her ordeal in October 2014.
Mr and Mrs Finan each deny a charge of assault by penetration.
But Paul Valder, prosecuting, told the jury at the start of the trial that this was not a case of misreading signals.
He said: “She was saying from the get-go.”
Both defendants are accused of putting their hands in the woman’s underwear.
Mr Finan is also said to have kissed the woman and groped her breast, but he told police it was all ‘100 per cent consensual’.
He also said he and his wife had never had a threesome before, but he had been drinking steadily for about nine hours and the alcohol lowered their inhibitions.
He said he ‘backed off’ from the alleged victim when she told him she was already having an affair.
Mrs Finan was said to be drunk and spilling her wine when they returned to their home from their night out at the Ship and Trades ‘No’ pub and Porters bar at Chatham Maritime.
The court heard Mrs Finan and the alleged victim went upstairs to compare boob jobs and then returned, posing for photos and rubbing their breasts together in front of other guests as Mr Finan snapped away.
Mrs Finan’s breasts were exposed and she kept pulling the woman’s top down. The woman said she told her to stop, and denied they were flirting.
It was after everyone had gone to bed, with the alleged victim planning to sleep on the sofa, that she claimed she was sexually assaulted.
Mrs Finan was first to invite her upstairs, explaining she meant for sex when she was misunderstood. But the woman told her to go and have sex with her husband.
“That was the first time I felt uncomfortable,” she told the jury from behind screens. “Sarah didn’t look like she was joking.”
Asked why she did not leave the house, she replied: “I had no reason to believe it would go any further. She hadn’t forced herself on me, I put it down to her being really drunk, crazy.”
When Mr Finan came down and invited her to join them, she again declined, at which point he said she could have sex with his wife while he watched.
The woman then sent a text to another guest sleeping upstairs, saying: ‘OMG. You need to come downstairs now!! Please.’
Later, Mrs Finan returned and sat across the woman’s legs, telling SOFA SHOCK: Sarah Finan was accused in court of putting her hand inside the woman’s underwear her she wanted sex with her. They were joined by Mr Finan, who allegedly started to kiss and grope her breast under her vest top.
Mrs Finan allegedly put her hand down the woman’s pyjama bottoms and inside her underwear before she was pushed off the sofa and onto the floor.
The court heard the woman’s DNA was later found in Mrs Finan’s fingernail clippings.
Mr Finan returned when the woman was again alone and started kissing her.
He is accused of putting one hand under her top and the other down her knickers.
The court was told he stopped when the woman told him to ‘go to bed and f**k his wife’.
The woman told the court she did not get off the sofa during the assaults because she felt ‘almost paralysed’ with shock.
The trial continues.