Man ‘sexually assaulted women who wouldn’t let him into a threesome’

Jean Esingle, 31, is said to have kept coming back despite being repeatedly asked to leave (Picture: Premier News)

A man tried to insert himself into a threesome without consent at a Halloween party, a court has heard.

Jean Esingle is accused of sexually assaulting two women and strangling a man when he was shunned in Dundee last year.

One of the alleged victims said he refused to take no for an answer after entering the trio towards the end of the party.

She was asked to leave twice, but he came back and touched her buttocks while she had sex with her friend and the man.

Esingle allegedly entered the room with another man and filmed the sexual encounter on a couch.

The first victim said: ‘We were kissing. At first it was just kisses. Jean walked into the room and he pulled out his phone and tried to check me in and [Girl B] embrace.

“He found it amusing. He was smiling and laughing a little and he had his phone out.

It is claimed that Esingle became violent when he was asked to leave by the man who had sex with the two women.

The first victim said: ‘I believe they both came with the intention of trying to have sex with us. They were informed that they were not involved.

“It was Jean who made the threats. He stood in front of him and said he had no place to tell him what he could do. He grabbed her by the neck.

“He was choking him and wouldn’t let go. He was yelling at her and this followed an incident where Jean and [the other man] entered the room and touched himself inappropriately and [the other woman].

“Several times they were told to go away. There was no need to touch any part of my naked body. He turned around and was right in my face screaming.

The man on the date told Dundee Sheriff Court: ‘I thought if Esingle kills me here he would end up with the two girls. I was trying to protect vulnerable girls.

“I could see his hands touching them and his pants coming down. I’ve never really experienced anything like sexual assault behavior.

“What happened is the closest I can imagine to being raped by someone, to being overpowered by someone. I thought I was going to die that night.

Esingle, of Whitehall Crescent, Dundee, who runs Rebreak News, denies sexual assault.

The trial continues.

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