Posted: Feb 13, 2013 9:03 PM by Irina Cates - MTN News
MISSOULA - It was a full day on the witness stand for the woman who has accused suspended University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson of rape.
Under questioning from both prosecutors and defense lawyers the woman said she never gave Johnson any indication that she wanted to have sex with him.
The woman described the night she brought Jordan Johnson home to watch a movie.
She talked about how the two were kissing in her bed and taking off each other's shirts, and said after some consensual activity, Johnson forced her to have sex.
"I was scared. I was terrified. Eventually he said, "turn over, or I'll make you." I just completely shut down."
The woman cried as she testified how she was forced to have sex, even though she told Johnson "No" several times in several different ways.
She said she was too scared to struggle during the incident.
Though a roommate was in a nearby room, she said she didn't scream out for help because she was terrified and in shock.
"Afterwards I was still in shock. I didn't want to believe that happened. It was like this nightmare I was living."
The woman told the court she just wants Jordan Johnson to be held accountable for what he did.
The trial will resume Thursday morning.