Sherlock said he was referring to the woman saying “no” to finger penetration and performing oral sex on him.He told the jury that he had stopped those acts when she had asked.She told the court it rang twice and then was unreachable.
He told Mr O'Carroll that he received a text from her about bringing a condom while he was driving to her house but he told her he didn't have one when he arrived.
He said she “seemed disappointed” about this but there was “no negative response” from her when they began sexual activity.
She said when he arrived she told him that they couldn't have sex because he had no condom.
She told the jury that she and Sherlock started kissing and touching in the bedroom, but then she started to feel strange when the activity escalated to oral sex on her bed.
She said she hadn't wanted to perform oral sex with him while on her bed, but she let it happen.
She told Mr Devally that the man refused her request to come to a GP for the morning-after pill, saying he had no money."We urge our users to report anything untoward whilst using the platform, and to treat all face-to-face social interactions with an air of caution, as they would in any other day-to-day circumstances.We have a 24/7 support team in place, and are here to advise whenever we are needed.He denied that the statement implied he had continued on with something after starting.He further denied when Mr Devally put it to him that he knew not to have sex with the woman without a condom but that he “took a chance”.The jury heard that gardaí arrested Sherlock after a sting operation was set up to meet with a person selling the woman's stolen phone on Done