Donegal rape trial: Alleged victim was threatened with being called a liar

A court has heard that a woman's claimed the man who allegedly raped her warned that she would be called a liar if she told anyone.

She also said the man would never allow her to speak to her siblings and warned them to keep walking when they passed each other in the home or on the street.

The 62 year old accused has pleaded not guilty to 46 counts of indecent assault and rape of the woman, who is eight years younger than him.

The alleged abuse took place in Donegal between January 1965 and June 1975.

The trial continues before Mr Justice Paul Carney and a jury of nine men and three women.