A woman, known as Girl B, has told a court she had been in therapy after allegedly being raped by Stuart Hall as a child.
Jurors at Preston Crown Court heard her say that she found it "very hard to trust anybody".
Hall's barrister asked if she regretted her "relationship" with the former broadcaster as a "mistake".
Girl B said: "It was not my mistake to make. I was a child. I had no choice."
Later, she was cross-examined over a "clipping" of her hair that Hall was said to have taken as a "memento", and about the dates that the alleged assaults took place.
Girl B said she felt "physically sick" and asked for a break in the proceedings.
A woman allegedly raped by paedophile broadcaster Stuart Hall when she was 12 has told a jury she did not dream it up.
The prosecution is today expected to open its case against broadcaster Stuart Hall who faces a string of historical sex allegations.
Veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a girl ahead of his trial for a series of serious sex assaults.