The girlfriend of a soldier accused of raping a Royal Military Police officer who took her own life denied bullying her and "making her life hell".
Yesterday the inquest heard how Corporal Anne-Mare Ellement was branded a liar and bullied by colleagues after making the claims.
The female soldier told the hearing she could not remember calling Cpl Ellement a "f***ing slag" and a "liar" but that she "possibly" said it out of anger.
She said that at the time of the incident she was in a relationship with one of the two accused, Soldier A, but they had since split. She described hearing about the allegation at a funeral for a friend in the UK. As she got drunk in the evening she admitted becoming angry at Cpl Ellement.
She said: "Initially it was at both of them but as the day went on it was more towards Anne-Marie.
"It was such a shock, initially that was where I channelled the anger. I didn't believe Soldier A was capable of doing that."
When asked if she had called Cpl Ellement a slag and that she would "make her life hell", she replied: "It could have been possible, I can't remember it but I can't deny it."
She also asked her if she called her "a slag, a skank, a liar" to which she replied: "I could have but I can't remember so I can't confirm or deny."
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The Army issues a rare public apology after an inquest finds bullying was a contributing factor to the suicide of Cpl Anne-Marie Ellement.