A DOCTOR allegedly raped a medic after asking to go to her flat for a cup of tea.

Imran Khan was said to have attacked his fellow doctor after a night-out in Glasgow's west end in July 2017.

Jurors heard how the 30-year-old had earlier turned down Khan's suggestion of going to a plush hotel together.

The woman recalled seeing a photo of Khan's wife on his phone during the alleged attack at her Clydeside flat.

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She later told how she “cried and cried” when the 40 year-old left.

Khan today went on trial at the High Court in Glasgow, where he denies a rape charge.

The alleged attack happened after the pair had been at a leaving night.

The trial heard the pair moved to a nightclub where they had a “30-second” kiss.

They allegedly got a cab together at the end of the night where Khan asked to come into her home for a cuppa.

She then recalled to the court how as she went to put the kettle on, Khan followed and tried to kiss her.

She told the trial of stating to Khan she did not sleep with him.

But, the woman claimed he went on to unzip her jumpsuit and “proceeded to have sex” with her.

She remembered “sobbing” until Khan had stopped.

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The court heard Khan got dressed, arranged a taxi then left.

Mr McPhie asked the woman: “How did you feel?”, to which she replied: “Violated. I just wanted him to leave.”

The advocate depute: “Did you consent to sex with him?”, to which she said: "no".

The alleged victim added: “I told him that several times.”

The woman told how she “cried and cried until falling asleep”.

The witness will resume her evidence tomorrow.

Khan, of the city's Jordanhill, denies the charge.

The trial continues.