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An alleged victim said that Max Clifford would come round to her house but her father was always there.
She said that he had a yellow jaguar and that her parents were delighted because people would see the car outside the house, a court heard. The woman said Clifford would talk to the parents about himself, the local area and playing squash with Tommy Steele.
She claimed that Clifford would take her out and remembered going to the Playboy Club one evening to "meet people", the jury heard.
She claimed they would drive around a lot, park up and he would say "he had to really get to know me...know me so well that I would do whatever he asked me", which was a pre cursor to the alleged abuse, Southwark Crown Court heard.
The woman claims she was indecently assaulted by Clifford on seven occasions.
She said: "I remember being repulsed, I remember thinking I can't wait to go home. I felt disgusting, I knew it was wrong but I was still really really frightened."
Clifford denies 11 counts of indecent assault against seven alleged victims.
David Cameron has hit out at Ed Miliband over his EU referendum pledge.
Speaking on a visit to Israel, the Prime Minister said only the Conservatives would offer the British people an in/out vote.
Ed Miliband drew laughs as he thanked ITV News' Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship's summary of Labour's "unclear" stance on an EU referendum after giving a speech on the issue at London Business School.
"I thought that was a rather good explanation", the Labour leader said, laughing.
The murder trial of Oscar Pistorius has resumed after lunch.
Police witness Lt Col Vermeulon is being questioned by the defence team on the impartiality of the investigation.
The colonel looks flustered and uncomfortable as he's questioned by Roux about the impartiality of the police investigation
There has been a sharp jump in the number of crimes related to using Twitter and Facebook, according to new police data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.
Figures taken from 25 police forces in England and Wales showed reported crimes involving Twitter have risen from 677 in 2011 to 1,291 last year - a rise of 91%.
Reports of crimes involving Facebook went from 9,917 in 2011 to 13,019 in 2013, a rise of 3%.
However, the number of Twitter-related crimes is dwarfed by those involving Facebook, which numbered over 13,000 last year.
Prime Minister David Cameron reiterated his support for a two state solution for Israel and Palestine during a two-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Glastonbury, one of the world's biggest festivals has been granted a licence to run for the next ten years.
It means the famous festival which has been running since 1970 will now be able to hold the event at Worthy Farm in Somerset until 2024.
Graffiti artist Banksy has re-worked his famous 'Balloon Girl' to mark the third anniversary of the Syria conflict.
On his website, Banksy writes of an incident in the Syrian town of Daraa on March 6, 2001, in which 15 children were arrested and tortured for painting "anti-authoritarian graffiti".
It goes on: "The protests that followed their detention led to an outbreak of violence across the country that would see a domestic uprising transform into a civil war displacing 9.3 million people from their homes."
On March 15, vigils will be held across the world to mark the anniversary of the crisis. They are being organised via #withsyria