Rugby player ‘sexually assaulted’ lesbian teen with disabilities at party

A man who allegedly claimed he was ‘the only one who could turn’ a lesbian woman with disabilities straight is in court for sexual assault.

He is said to have kissed her, touched her breasts, removed his clothes and made her touch his genitals.

It has been claimed that the incident occurred in the so-called ‘tin bin’ – a shipping container  at the Ardossan Academical Rugby club during a Christmas party.

The 30-year-old is engaged but he told the woman she was his ‘favourite lesbian’.

Innes Frazer has pleaded not guilty and claims his actions with the 18-year-old were purely consensual, despite her father saying he was ‘going to kill’ him.

 His fiancee Kirsty Blackstock is standing by him (Picture: Stewart Robertson)


The woman, who is autistic and dyslexic, said she was physically sick after the Christmas Jumper Party incident.

She told Kilmarnock Sheriff Court that she felt ‘sick, disgusted and sad’.
Frazer’s fiancee is sticking by him even after hearing that his alleged victim has tried to stop the attack by mentioning Kirsty Blackstock’s name.

He allegedly said: ‘F*** Kirsty, she’s not here.’

Procurator Fiscal Depute Stephanie McDonald asked Sheriff David Hall to convict Frazer.

She said: ‘Mr Frazer has built a web of lies to try and deceive everyone.

‘He introduced her as his “wee gay friend” and he was “the only. One who could turn her straight”.
He tried to have [his alleged victim] tell everyone they had been at the bank.
Innes Frazer preyed on a vulnerable young woman, whom he knows is autistic, knows is gay and knows did not consent to his actions in the tin bin that night.’

He has denied the charges and claims the incident was consensual.

The Sheriff will give his verdict after the adjournment at a later date.

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