A woman who claims she was raped on two separate occasions by Coronation Street star William Roache will continue to be cross-examined today .
She said she was a "gullible kid" who was raped in 1967 at the actor's then home in Lancashire - the first time when she was a 15-year-old virgin.
Her complaint to the police last March led to Roache, who has played Ken Barlow since the launch of the ITV soap, being charged two months later.
In the publicity that followed, four women came forward alleging that Roache had sexually abused them.
Roache, 81, of Wilmslow, Cheshire, denies the rapes and five counts of indecent assault involving four other complainants aged 16 and under on dates between 1965 and 1971.
In a video recording of her police interview played yesterday to jurors in the trial at Preston Crown Court, the witness said the first rape occurred when with "no warning" the defendant had sex with her in the bedroom of his bungalow.
The attack is said to have taken place weeks after Roache's then wife, Anna Cropper, gave birth to their daughter Vanya.
Several months later she said she made a "big mistake" in accepting Roache's invitation to an adjoining property he owned.
This time as soon as she entered the cottage she was pushed against a wall and raped, she said.