Former One Nation staffer Sean Black is awaiting his fate as the jury in his rape trial in Brisbane begins deliberations this afternoon.
Black faces three counts of assault, occasioning bodily harm and one charge of rape over the alleged attacks of a woman in 2007.
A Brisbane District court jury has heard how the former media adviser to ex-senator Malcolm Roberts allegedly violently attacked a woman; calling her a "flithy dog".
The trial of former One Nation staffer Sean Black is nearing its end in the Brisbane District court today.
Black - who was the media adviser of dumped Senator Malcolm Roberts - is pleading not guilty to raping and assaulting a woman more than a decade ago.
In closing statements, crown prosecutor Brendan White told the jury they must accept the woman's testimony and convict Black on all four charges.
He argued that medical evidence supported her account of events.
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