I had both hands on the steering wheel at the time," Mr Parbat told the court. But he denied anything sexual taking place as he drove his BMW Z3 and said he struggled to get Ms Watling off him before the crash. The legal limit is 80 milligrams.
Graham Burns, 55, was sentenced to seven years in prison while his partner Karla Leaworthy, was handed a two year community order for engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a small girl. Mr Parbat denies causing death by dangerous driving at Lewes Crown Court. He said he carried on driving im she sat on the dashboard and moved in front of him so her necklace touched his eye.
The case continues. The couple from Crawley, West Sussex, were sentenced at Lewes Crown Court on Friday, after being found guilty following a trial last year. Burns had also been convicted on September 5 of two offences of sexual assault on another girl aged 13 to 14, and of inciting that same girl to engage in dex sexual act, all between and Burns will be a registered sex offender for life, and was also given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order to last indefinitely.
He said she sat on the dashboard as they drove in West Sussex before moving in front of him and obscuring his view. I had to struggle to get her off me.
Ms Watling, craw,ey was found wearing only a T-shirt and bra, died later that day, the court was told. Both had been tly convicted on November 1 after a trial at the same court, of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a small girl, between and Minesh Parbat, 36, told jurors he dropped his trousers and underpants as part of a dare with Lisa Watling, but claimed there was nothing sexual in it.
After the crash on the A, Mr Parbat gave a positive blood test which showed milligrams of alcohol per millilitres of blood. The jury ly heard Mr Parbat told police his girlfriend's actions did not distract him enough to cause the accident because he had seen her like that a "million times before".
I thought she was just going to get off me. The court heard the couple had been out for a meal on 8 March last year and had been to her Langley Green home before he realised his phone was at his home and they went to collect it in the early hours.
I was scared. Mr Parbat said Ms Watling made a sexual suggestion before he pulled over and undressed. Prosecuting, Philip Meredith suggested Mr Parbat had not pulled over and Ms Watling had been in a "conventional sitting position" and he had been driving dangerously while over the limit, but Mr Parbat replied: swx.