MISSOULA (AP) — The woman who accused former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson of raping her a year ago said Wednesday that she had been kissing Johnson while the two watched a movie when he "just changed into a totally different person."
She tearfully testified that he pinned her to her bed and raped her. She said she told him "no" several times.
Assistant Attorney General Joel Thompson asked her why she didn't call out to her housemate, who was in the next room. She said she was terrified, in shock and couldn't scream.
Johnson is charged with sexual intercourse without consent. He has said the sex was consensual.
Defense attorney David Paoli began cross examining the woman Wednesday afternoon.