The court was told: 'She had given consent to sexual intercourse and therefore had implicitly given consent to her breasts being touched in a sexual manner.'By her account she later specifically withdrew consent for her breasts being touched even though she continued otherwise to consent to sexual intercourse.'She said that he had continued to grab her breasts despite the withdrawal of consent and in the knowledge that consent had been withdrawn.' An indecent assault is defined in law as 'offensive sexual contact with another person', according to the Sexual Offences Act 1956.It is usually used to prosecute cases where someone has been stroked, kissed or grabbed, without their consent.A judgement paper released by magistrate Bridget Shaw recounted how the incident happened in August 2016.The defendant, then 36, was a mature student in the third year of study at a London medical school who was staying with his parents in Jersey in the summer holidays when he met the female healthcare worker.She thought they were at the beginning of a relationship; a relationship she wanted to continue.'I find it credible that she wanted to continue sexual intercourse but that she tried to put a limit on his conduct and asked him not to grab her painful breasts again.'I conclude that he was untruthful when he said that she had not complained to him and asked him to stop touching her breasts; that nothing unusual had happened and that they had parted on good terms.' Queree was also sentenced to 180 hours' community service after being found guilty of one count of indecent assault during the trial.In deciding to put Queree on the Sex Offenders Register, she said: 'I am concerned that you pose a risk of sexual harm to others.'Advocate David Steenson, defending, said that the case had ruined the defendant's life.Despite consenting to having sex with Queree, the victim told him she did not want her breasts touched and accused him of using 'excessive force'.Queree has now been placed on the Sex Offender's Register for five years - ruining his dream of becoming a doctor, according to his barrister.
Mrs Shaw continued: 'Later that evening they went to her flat where they engaged in sexual intercourse.'The woman's evidence was that during intercourse he grabbed her breasts very forcibly.'She was in pain.
He claimed he had stroked and caressed her hair and had not pulled it.
Queree said the intercourse was 'pretty passionate as befits two people engaging in their first sexual encounter.'But Mrs Shaw rejected his version of events and found him guilty of indecent assault.
In conclusion, she said: 'I am sure that she withdrew her consent for him to grab her breasts; but he knew this and continued to do so forcefully, causing her severe pain.'This was an assault.
He touched a sexual and intimate part of her body in a sexual manner without her consent.'Irrespective of her consent to other sexual conduct, I am sure that the touching was in circumstances of indecency and thus he is guilty of indecent assault.'I found her to be a compelling, coherent and honest witness.'Some aspects of her evidence might be thought to be illogical, specifically why she would continue to consent to sexual intercourse with a man who had hurt her and why she would plead to him to return to the flat.'She gave credible reasons for her actions which I accept are true.'She felt she was falling in love with him.