A teenage girl who was filmed allegedly being raped and sexually assaulted while unconscious at a house party sent a text to her mother asking for help, a Kent court heard on Monday.
The 'extremely drunk' 17-year-old woke to find herself naked from the waist down, covered in vomit and people recording her on mobile phones at the party in Gillingham, Kent, in January 2016.
Crying and feeling 'scared and intimidated', the teen fled to a bathroom to try to clean herself up. But her humiliation was said to have continued when partygoers urinated on her. The mobile phone footage was also later shared on social media.
However, the girl, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, didn't know the full extent of her alleged assault until six weeks later when police informed her.
Now four males, including a 17-year-old boy, are facing charges over their alleged crimes and had their first day at trial at Maidstone Crown Court in Kent on Monday.
A 17-year-old girl was allegedly filmed being sexually assaulted at a house party in Kent in January 2016. Four males are facing charges and had their first day at trial at Maidstone Crown Court in Kent (pictured) on Monday
The court heard that the girl dressed and fled the house in a 'distressed and dishevelled' state.
After sending a text saying 'Mum, help', she then phoned her mother to add that she did not know where she was and feared that her drink had been spiked.
At one stage, police had turned up at the party because of the loud noise level and had asked about the girl's welfare. But they left after being assured she was okay.
But, prosecutor Nina Ellin said that although the teen knew she had been urinated on, she did not know 'the true nature' of what had happened beforehand.
Her alleged ordeal was only revealed to her six weeks later after police found the explicit footage on a mobile phone.
Maidstone Crown Court in Kent heard there were three video clips in total.
The first showed the girl lying flat on her back with her eyes closed as Ezekiel Obasa is alleged to be performing a sex act on her.
The 20-year-old could be seen grinning and giving the 'cameraman' a fist-pump during the filmed act.
A second clip showed the girl naked from the waist up and Obasa laughing and making gestures as he touched her breast.
In the third video, the teen is face down on the bed, still topless and with her jeans undone.
Another girl is seen wiping the victim's arm and trying to wake her while several young males surround the bed, filming and laughing.
Obasa is on trial with Cameron Allen, Silvio Ukaegbu and a 17-year-old boy, who also cannot be named for legal reasons.
Obasa, from Hornchurch, Essex, denies rape and two offences of sexual assault. One charge relates to him allegedly urinating on the girl.
Allen, 19, from Chatham, Kent, is also accused of rape. He was also accused filming and is alleged to have 'wilfully encouraged' Obasa 'with words and actions'.
Ukaegbu, 20, also from Chatham and known as Prince, denies two offences of possessing indecent images in relation to two of the video clips.
The clips were found on his phone when he was arrested four days after the party in connection with an unrelated matter, the court was told.
The 17-year-old boy is also alleged to have urinated on the girl and he denies one offence of sexual assault.
At the start of the trial on Monday, Miss Ellin told the jury of six men and six women that the phone footage was a 'key piece' of evidence against the defendants.
She said: 'The Crown say this case concerns the rape and sexual assault of a young woman. She was at a house party and she was extremely drunk.
'At the time, say the Crown, she was effectively passed out, asleep, unconscious - however you wish to describe it - on a bed and she has no significant, independent recollection of what happened to her.'
Miss Ellin added that the defendants themselves later described the girl to police as being 'passed out, very drunk, unconscious or out of her head'.
'She was in no position to consent to the sexual activities that were being carried