An alleged serial killer is accused of filming himself having sex with a victim while he was passed out.
The man, who was living as a woman at the the time, claims he was raped by Stephen Port.
Port, 41, is accused of spiking young men with GHB so he could fulfil his sexual fetishes of having sex with their unconscious bodies.
Chef Port allegedly sexually assaulted 12 young men he met on Grindr and other dating sites between 2012 and 2015.
Four of his alleged victims – Anthony Walgate, 23, Gabriel Kovari, 22, Daniel Whitworth, 21, and Jack Taylor, 25 – died from drug overdoses.
The Old Bailey heard from a trans man who was allegedly raped by Port in January 2015.
They met after the man, who was living as a female at the time, got in touch with Port on Facebook.
He told the jury he did so to get revenge on his cheating partner who Port had also been in an earlier relationship with.
He said he travelled to Port’s flat in Barking, east London, where he ended up staying for a week.
Reflecting on the pace he was drinking at, he said: ‘Quite quick. I wanted to play a drinking game. Anything that made me get drunk really quick, really.’
He said that at some point during the evening, they had consensual sex. He had three glasses of vodka and coke, which Port mixed for him, jurors were told.
Giving evidence from behind a screen, the man, aged in his 20s, said: ‘I was fine to start with, but then after the last drink was when I started to feel a bit sick.
He said that at the time he was on medication for an earlier injury, and thought he was sick because of ‘too much drink’, and decided to go to bed.
He said that on another evening they polished off the bottle of vodka, and Port gave him a cup of water after he started feeling sick.
They started having sex, but the alleged victim passed out, jurors were told. He did not wake until the following morning, when Port told him he had carried on having sex with him after he passed out, which made him ‘angry’, and he told him ‘you are disgusting.’
Asked whether Port had explained why he did it, he told the court: ‘He said because it feels better when I am passed out. I am looser.’
He did not agree to having sex with him when he was passed out, he added.
And he said he found out Port had filmed it on his phone, a black Samsung Galaxy. Pressed on what state he was in during the film, he said: “I don’t know, I wasn’t moving.”
But he did not go to the police about what happened, and did not tell them until they approached him following Port’s arrest last October.
Jurors also heard from another alleged rape victim, who said he met Port through the dating site Manhunt in 2010.
They started seeing each other regularly for drug-fuelled sex sessions after Port broke up with a partner, it was said.
But this stopped when Port went to prison at the end of March 2015 for perverting the course of justice, after making a false witness statement following Mr Walgate’s death.
Shortly after Port’s release in June 2015, they met up again, and began seeing each other on a weekly basis until September last year, the court heard.
Videos were later recovered which showed Port having sex with him while he was unconscious, including one which involved another man raping him, jurors were told.
The alleged victim was unaware of this until April this year, when he was shown stills from the videos so he could identify himself in them, it was said.
He denied having consented to the other man having sex with him, and said he was unaware until he saw the videos.
Port denies four counts of murder, four alternative counts of manslaughter, 10 counts of administering a substance with intent, seven counts of rape and four counts of assault by penetration.
The trial continues.