A WOMAN allegedly wore a disguise and pretended to be a gangster while posing as a man to sexually assault another woman.
Georgia Bilham, 21, of Alpraham, Cheshire, abused her 19-year-old victim 17 times, a court heard.
Taking on a fake identity, Bilham is said to have re-invented herself as George Parry – a thug from Birmingham – and carried out a string of attacks between May 2021 and August that same year.
Bilham is alleged to have used the Snapchat profile name "George_132X" where she deceived the teen with an image of a blonde man wearing sunglasses.
It's claimed the pair then met and started a sexual relationship.
While duping the woman into thinking they were together, Bilham is said to have made out "George" had criminal associates.
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The prosecution argued that the backstory was in a bid to make the persona even more believable.
And at one time, Bilham is said to have told the victim: "On my way back to Brum with Slitta, he picked up kilos and decided to get in a police chase."
A jury at Chester Crown Court heard how Bilham would dress up as "George" and wear "his" hood up every time the two met.
It's alleged she would also take the victim's glasses off whenever they were together because she was short-sighted and wouldn't be able to see clearly.
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Meeting multiple times, it's understood Bilham stayed in clothes and "gave excuses" when the victim tried to touch "him" intimately.
The woman is then said to have found a bank card belonging to Bilham – who "lied" saying it was in that name just to pay road tax.
But it’s claimed "George’s" true identity wasn't revealed until August 2021 when "he" went to the victim's home and met her mum.
The court heard that the concerned mother told her daughter that she didn’t believe her boyfriend was a man.
Anna Pope, prosecuting, said the woman consented to the sexual activity with "George", not Bilham.
She told the jury: "It is a case about this defendant deceiving someone that she was, in a fact, a young man.
“That other person believed that she was a young man.
“And that means, we say, that all the sexual activity that took place between those two people, was based on a false pretence – and so did not involve true consent.
“We say that Georgia knew this – and this was one of the reasons why she never disclosed that she was a woman."
Ms Pope added it wasn’t known if Billham was sexually attracted to the woman or whether she “gained some form of buzz from duping” her.
She also said that as the woman asked more questions, “she began to realise the persona of George Parry was entirely fake, created by the real George, Georgia Bilham".
The pub housekeeper is now facing eight counts of assaulting a female aged 13 and over by penetration.
She is also accused of nine counts of sexual assault against the same woman.
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Bilham, who is said to have apologised to the teenage victim for what happened, told her: “I don’t even dress like a lad, it just took over my life."
The trial at Chester Crown Court started on Monday and is expected to last five days.
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