The mother said: “When I was going to the toilet I heard her saying ‘no, don’t, don’t do that’, but I just put it down to being embarrassed. I went away to the living room.”
Asked by the prosecutor to clarify what she heard her daughter say, she said: “No, don’t do that, stop.”
Advocate depute John Keenan asked: “Is that something you heard her say once or did you hear it more?”
She replied: “She said it a couple of times.”
Asked whether she did anything she said: “No, I was annoyed, I just went in the living room.”
Bryson is also accused of telling the alleged victim in 2016 to wash the sheets and not tell anyone what happened, and it is claimed she said she would threaten the woman’s family if she did so, in an attempt to defeat the ends of justice.
She denies the charges and has lodged special defences claiming the sex was consensual.
She also denies a further charge of punching the second alleged victim.