She said Snavely never made any threats, but was very forceful as he followed her into the house and up the stairs.
Cyrus showed the jury one frame of video from that night, where Fato went to the bathroom after being followed into the bedroom with Snavely.
She pointed to a dark line on the grainy image and asked if that was her belt buckle hanging down her leg.
"No," Fato said. "I don't see that."
Cyrus questioned Fato about her time in the bathroom and why, as she admitted on Tuesday, she had taken her tampon out. Fato testified Tuesday that she didn't sleep with a tampon inserted and was preparing to go to sleep. Cyrus said it would have been impossible for Fato to have sex with him if it was still in, implying that she didn't want him to know she was on her period.
"He didn't know I was on my menses because I wasn't planning on having sex with him," she said.
Cyrus also questioned Fato's claim that she hadn't told Snavely, as he testified, that she was "fixed."
Snavely said she told him she "had her tubes tied." On Wednesday, Fato said that she had had tubal ligation, a form of reversible birth control.
After repeated questioning about tampons and birth control, Fato got emotional for the only time during her two-day testimony.
"Forcing someone to have sex is forcing someone to have sex," she said. "I haven't been coached like your client."
Cyrus showed a video of Fato going into the bathroom for a short time after Snavely left.
"Did you put a tampon back in," Cyrus asked, eliciting an audible gasp from the room.
"No," Fato said.
Cyrus showed a video of Fato talking to Kim Knapp, who was lying on the couch in her living room after Snavely left. In the video Fato shrugs her shoulders as she talks to her friend.
"Is that where you were saying, 'I just scored,'" Cyrus asked.
"No," Fato said.
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