A 20-year-old student has denied accusing Jack Tweed and his friend of rape because she was ashamed of sleeping with the two men.

Snaresbrook Crown Court in east London was told the woman ‘allowed’ Tweed, the widower of reality TV star Jade Goody, to have sex. But the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said she was too scared to resist and went into ‘lockdown’ as she was attacked.

Tweed, 22, and Anthony Davis, 26, both deny raping the woman at Tweed’s east London home in the early hours of September 4 last year and claim the sex was consensual.

She said she only told her friends she had been raped as they drove home.

Sean Minihan, defending Davis, said: “The truth of it is that you consented to sex with Mr Tweed and you consented to sex with Mr Davis.”

The woman replied: “No.”

Linda Strudwick, prosecuting, asked her if there was anything in her demeanour which would have shown she was not a willing participant.

The woman said: “They asked me, I said ‘no’. If they were respectable men they would have listened to me.”

Asked how he showed this, she said: “By telling them ‘no’ on several occasions, pushing them away, by just laying there and not giving any movement back, sexually that is.”

Tweed and estate agent Davis, of Stradbroke Drive, Chigwell, Essex, are both on bail.

Tweed denies two counts of rape while Davis denies one count of oral rape.