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Jack Green, 19, who is studying at one of Britain's most prestigious drama schools, endured a 15 month legal ordeal after the woman, also 19, claimed he forced himself on her at his student flat following after a freshers week night out. I'm going to jump.'He was arrested at his room at the Arden School of Theatre in Manchester when officers found him having a panic attack on the floor.

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We were just friends, he was saying he liked me and things like that. I ignored it because the police came.'When the woman was examined she was found to have a graze to the lower lip and an injury to an intimate area of her body.He admitted having sex with the girl and sending the texts but said he was upset as he realised he had been unfaithful towards his girlfriend.He was cleared of rape after jurors took two hours and 21 minutes to reach their unanimous verdict.The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told Manchester Crown Court: 'It was a terrifying experience. I did tell him to stop but it was hard to speak when he had bitten my lip.'He gripped my neck at one stage. I didn’t want to have sexual intercourse with him but he didn’t stop.'The night out occurred on September 14 2016 after Green enrolled on a musical theatre course at the school, whose former students include The Bill's Kim Tiddy and Coronation Street's Tracy Shaw.My friend was convincing me I needed to tell someone but I was concerned as I didn’t want to mess up his career.'I told my friend what happened and she said: "It’s very serious - you need to speak to someone." 'I was just too upset to call the police. He and other students met the woman before going out and they all drank vodka together before going to the club Fifth Avenue club in the city centre.'I thought she would have had a bit of decency, she's going to make me out to be the worst person.'I know how bad it looks on me and obviously I didn't want it to get this advanced, I hope the fact I could go to jail she would be like "oh, ok it was both our faults".'It was going in the direction where I thought "she's up for it".

I didn't have any clear indication she didn't want it.'If anything, I was disappointed because I thought she had a bit more respect for me and what this could lead to.'I was not aware she said no even if she said it.

'When she said, “I said no a million times”, he replied “I’m done, bye, you won’t see me again.”'It’s striking that he never challenged or contradicted what she was saying about telling him “No”.

'The prosecution invite you to look closely at the messages for any sign of him saying, “I stopped as soon as you told me to”.'Mr Green was arrested in his student accommodation and appeared to have a panic attack as officers went to question him, the court heard.

In a statement to police the woman said: 'I was about six out of 10 in terms of how drunk I was and he might have been a little bit more drunk.

'I said "get off me stop" and was pushing him on the chest - but he just said "shh" and carried on.'I was crying and I had my hand over his mouth because I didn’t want to kiss him.

Mr Green, from Abertillery, in Monmouthshire, South Wales, denies rape.