A woman accusing a former Sunderland footballer of rape went to bed with two other players days before giving evidence in court, a jury has heard.
Mobile phone footage showing the woman, the footballers and another woman in bed on Saturday night has been played to jurors at Hull Crown Court.
Cabral, whose real name is Adilson Tavares Varela, is accused of raping the 21-year-old at his flat in Gateshead in January 2015.
He denies two counts of rape.
Mr Varela’s barrister Kitty Taylor asked the woman: “What on earth were you thinking?
“Preparing for this event by going out on Saturday night and ending up in bed with two professional footballers in the early hours of the morning?” she asked.
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said she “didn’t class them as footballers” and had been in bed with her best friend.
She had only had a relationship with one other player in the past, she said.
Ms Taylor asked whether she “liked and sought out the company of” black, professional footballers, which the woman repeatedly said was not the case.
She also denied accusing the 27-year-old midfielder of rape to get compensation.
Crying, she said she did not want money, but for “this man to go to jail for what he’s done”.
Cabral, from the island of Cape Verde, only made one Premier League appearance for Sunderland in 2013-14 and now plays for Swiss club FC Zurich.
Sunderland announced on 2 February 2015 that the player had left the club by mutual consent.
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