'The man who sparked the VIP sex abuse inquiry after telling police he had been abused by a group of high profile figures has told the court of his alleged abuse at the hands of General Edwin Brammall at an Army barracks.
Carl Beech, who was known by the pseudonym, Nick, told Newcastle Crown Court described the first occasion on which he claimed to have been introduced to General Bramall - now Lord Bramall.
Mr Beech said: "I wasn’t there for very long. He touched my head, he touched my body. I had to undress and then to dress again."
He said throughout the alleged incident, General Bramall had not said a word, but afterwards his stepfather had been "happy".
Earlier on Wednesday, Mr Beech claimed he was raped by his stepfather Raymond Beech - who was married to his mother at the time - at a wildlife park in Oxfordshire in the 1970s.
Mr Beech told the court that on a second occasion he had been taken to a house within Wilton Barracks, where he had been introduced to a group of men, who included Field Marshal Roland Gibbs and General Sir Hugh Beach.
He said General Bramall has asked the other men to leave the room and then asked what happened next, he replied: "He undressed me and ended up doing to me what my stepfather had done to me."
He went on: "I was just left on the floor and General Bramall left. My stepfather came back in and put my clothes back on."
Earlier in the trial Lord Bramall, who is now 95, told the jury that the claims that had been made against him were "preposterous", adding: "It is so very difficult to understand how it could possibly have been made up other then by someone who specialises in sci-fi fictions."'
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