She denied allowing him to unzip her dress, kissing him in her bed and directing the sex act. “That’s an absolute lie, an out and out lie,” she told the jury.She also denied kissing and hugging Pollard as he left, with the defendant claiming that he thanked her for a pleasant evening.Three days later, she reported Pollard to the police and he was questioned on February 18.”He mentioned everything that happened was consensual and that she agreed and made the running,” said prosecutor David Jenkins.The woman told the court she did not feel confident leaving her home during the following days, adding: “I spent most of Saturday in the shower.” Dave Pollard outside Isleworth Crown CourtCredit:Tony Palmer She was still fully-clothed when woken by Pollard at 6.20am, the court heard.”I was asleep, had a weird sensation and thought: ‘What the hell?’ I was disgusted, I was absolutely horrified.”To wake up to that experience is horrific. He is someone I’ve never flirted with or found physically attractive and he’s taken that opportunity while I was asleep to assault me.”Pollard said the woman allowed him to massage her feet in the flat, claiming she also sat on his lap with her arms around him. A music mogul accused of sexually assaulting a woman he walked home from a pub is “hideous to look at… like Shrek”, his alleged victim told a court.Dave Pollard, who ran Universal Music’s video tape facility, the Engine Room, on a consultancy basis, claims the early-morning sex act was consensual with the woman after a drunken sleepover at her west London apartment.Isleworth Crown Court heard the woman had approximately six glasses of white wine and took home another bottle from the pub, sharing a glass with 56-year-old Pollard at her home.They agreed he could stay over rather than return to his wife and daughters at his £1m six-bedroom home in Westhumble, Dorking, Surrey, jurors were told. Pollard ran The Engine Room, Universal’s video studio and editing suite, and was a regular at the Crown and Sceptre pub.University of London graduate Pollard pleaded not guilty to one count of assault by penetration in January.”He is always surrounded by a bevy of artists and talents,” the woman told the jury. “I never gave him any sign whatsoever, no flirting or anything like that.”I see him as a safer, older man. He’s hideous to look at, there’s no sexual attraction. He’s massive, like a beast, like Shrek.” The trial continues. He is someone I’ve never flirted with… and he’s taken that opportunity while I was asleep to assault meDave Pollard’s alleged victim Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.