Becky Watts murder trial: Laptop found at couple’s home had 17-minute video of … – Mirror.co.uk
A laptop found at the home of the couple accused of murdering Becky Watts contained a video of a ‘virgin teen’ being raped, a court heard.
The 17-minute film was entitled ‘Virgin teen gets raped in own house’.
Co-prosecutor Richard Posner told the jury during admissions of “agreed facts” the clip showed the ‘rapist’ with his hand over the girl’s face for a minute.
He said: “There was a 17 minute film of a teenager being raped entitled ‘virgin teen gets raped in her own house.
“The contents included a female having a hand put over her mouth for one minute.”
He added the apparent attack took place on the girl’s bed and involved “tying her hands” and “slapping her face”.
The laptop also had 236 images and 21 movies showing an interest in teenagers, he said.
The court heard the contents was downloaded in 2009 and 2010, and transferred to the laptop in a ‘bulk transfer’ in November 2013.
The jury heard the last ‘reported shut down time’ of the laptop was in March 2014, and it contained non-sexual photos of both Hoare and Matthews.”
Some 38 bookmarks on phones used by Hoare and Matthews related to ‘porn’ or ‘escort services’, the court heard.
Mr Posner said: “The word ‘threesome’ appears in three of the titles.”
Matthews and Hoare are accused of murdering Becky in the bedroom of her home in the St George area of Bristol on 19 February.
Matthews – who claimed he wanted to teach her a lesson for mistreating his mother – is accused of bundling her body in the boot of their Vauxhall Zafira.
He eventually wrote a confession to police claiming he acted alone and cut her into pieces in his bath, the jury has heard.
The remains were found in a shed behind a house belonging to Karl Demetrius and his girlfriend Jaydene Parsons, also inhabited by Donovan Demetrius.
Matthews has pleaded guilty to manslaughter but denies murder and conspiracy to kidnap.
He has also confessed to perverting the course of justice, preventing Becky’s burial and possessing a stun gun. Shauna denies all charges against her.
Karl Demetrius, 29, and Parsons, 23, admit assisting an offender while Donovan Demetrius and a second man, James Ireland, 23, deny the charge.
The trial continues.