A mother lay drunk, naked and bleeding to death in the back of a car after a 'wild sex session' with two men on a remote beach, a jury has been told.
Lynette Daley was then dragged into the ocean where Adrian Attwater tried to wash the blood from her body before calling triple-zero on January 27, 2011, prosecutor Philip Strickland SC told the NSW Supreme Court at Coffs Harbour.
Attwater, 42, who has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and aggravated sexual assault, later said 'I didn't know a f***ing hug can kill you,' Mr Strickland said on Tuesday.
Ms Daley, 33, died from injuries sustained in the alleged sexual assault at Ten Mile Beach, NSW, the prosecutor has previously told the court.
Lynette Daley (pictured) lay drunk, naked and bleeding to death in the back of a car after a 'wild sex session' with two men on a remote beach, a jury has been told
Attwater's friend and co-accused, Paul Maris, 47, has pleaded not guilty to aggravated sexual assault and hindering the discovery of evidence.
The trio had been drinking 'a lot of alcohol' on the camping trip and engaged in a sex act on a mattress in the back of Maris' troop carrier before Ms Daley's death.
Maris allegedly burnt the bloodstained mattress and sheet before ambulance officers arrived, the crown said on Tuesday.
The crown said Attwater denied being aware of the mother-of-seven's significant injuries when the pair went skinny dipping before dawn.
'No, she was all f***ing sweet,' Attwater allegedly told police.
Adrian Attwater, pictured arriving at the e Supreme Court in Coffs Harbour on Tuesday, pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and aggravated sexual assault
Ms Daley died from injuries sustained in the alleged sexual assault at Ten Mile Beach in 2011
Attwater said he noticed a bit of blood on his fist after a 'wild sex session' and 'the smell was terrible so we were going into the ocean to wash,' Mr Strickland said.
But the crown alleges Ms Daley's genital injuries must have been obvious to Attwater.
'When she goes into the ocean ... she doesn't walk in there unassisted, she