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BBC A man who claims he was indecently assaulted as a year-old boy by two former BBC radio presenters has told a court he recognised them instantly from a photograph after hearing news of their arrest. Julie Wadsworth, 60, and her year-old husband deny indecent assault and outraging public decency by having sex in woodland in full view of young boys between and in the Atherstone area.
Giving evidence on the second day of the couple's trial, one of seven alleged victims claimed he was among a group of boys who saw Mrs Wadsworth wearing a "flasher's mac" and no underwear in a park. Describing the first of three occasions on which he allegedly saw the Wadsworths inthe man told jury: Asked what the Wadsworths told him after the incident, the man said: Claiming Mrs Wadworth performed a sex act on him on a bank, the alleged victim added: Under cross-examination by Mr Wadsworth's lawyer, David Hislop QC, the witness rejected a suggestion that he had "got the wrong couple" by Googling an image of them after they were charged with some of the offences.
The witness claimed a blue Ford Escort was in the area when he saw the Wadsworths, adding: Mrs Wadsworth has pleaded not guilty to 12 charges of indecent assault, while her husband denies 10 counts of the same offence.
The Crown allege that the defendants, from Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, acted together to encourage boys to engage in sexual activity - with Mr Wadsworth acting as a "look-out" for his wife.
Mr Wadsworth is not accused of touching the boys but is alleged to be guilty of indecent assault in the same way that an intruder's look-out would be guilty of burglary.
Jurors also heard from a second witness, who gave evidence via video-link from a location outside Warwickshire. The man said he had seen a couple engaging in sexual activity in a wooded area in when he was a teenager.
Questioned about a Facebook message he received in April last year informing him of charges brought against the Wadsworths, the man told the court:the Office of General Counsel of the American Medical Association, the Council adds the following language to follow each Opinion: “This Opinion is remaining items of business and thanks the House of Delegates for its attention to detail, as it shows great respect for in the AMA House of Delegates.
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