THE schoolboy victim of Phillip Schofield's "paedo" brother Tim "felt no way out" during alleged sex abuse, a court has heard.
Timothy Schofield, 54, the younger sibling of the This Morning star, has been accused of 11 charges of interfering with a child.
He has gone on trial accused of sexual abuse between 2016 and 2019 starting when the victim was a teenager.
Schofield, of Bath, who sprinted into court today in a white striped shirt and suit trousers, denies the charges.
In a video recording played to the jury at Exeter Crown Court on the second day of his trial today, the boy, who was at school at the time, outlined how he felt "forced" into engaging in the sexual activity.
Describing one incident, the alleged victim said pornography was projected onto a wall as the alleged abuse took place.
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He said: "It was a bit weird. The whole time, he would always say 'do you want to just take it a step further?'
"Whenever I said no, he was never too happy about it – but that day he was really forceful in a way.
"It very much felt like there was not a way out of the situation we were in without saying yes, So, I said 'alright then – fine'."
Tim then allegedly performed a sex act on the teenager.
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In the video played to the court, the victim claimed: "He said he enjoyed watching it (porn) and me being part of that.
"He found pleasure and happiness in that, which made me incredible uncomfortable.
"I felt no way out of the situation without saying yes.
"It felt really wrong. It felt like I'd done something really, really wrong."
Schofield is accused of committing the offences while working for Avon and Somerset Police as a civilian IT worker.
On Monday the court heard brother Phil was shocked when Schofield confessed to carrying out a sex act with a teenage boy.
Opening the case for the prosecution, Robin Shellard told the jurors: “On the 12th of September 2021 he phoned his brother Phillip saying that his head was in a mess and could he come and see him.
“The defendant is seven years younger than Phillip and they had not been particularly close growing up, however in December 2019 the defendant told his brother he was gay.
“According to Phillip the defendant travelled up that day and he was extremely agitated.
“His brother described him as very angry and distressed.
“The defendant also told his brother that he was impotent.
“The defendant then said his brother would hate him for what he was about to say, his brother said that he wouldn’t and then the defendant said he had their time together and they had watched porn and w* together.
“Phillip Schofield then said ‘what did you just say?’ and the defendant repeated it was last year and just once.
“Phillip said it should never happen again.
“The defendant then started to talk about the boy’s body.
“The defendant said it was 'time' and Phillip said: 'What the hell is time' and was shocked.
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“Later the defendant left for home and it was not spoken of again.”
The trial continues.
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