DEAR DEIDRE: I FEEL like I’ve wrecked my best friend’s relationship because we slept together.

I’m a woman of 29 and my best friend is 30.

My best friend forced me to have sex with him, he ignored my pleas to stop

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We met at university and although we had a fling early on, we decided we were better as friends.

His girlfriend is 26 and she’s always been jealous of our friendship.

She broke up with him recently and he was gutted.

I arranged a night out for him and another male friend to cheer him up.

We all went back to his place later. Our friend didn’t stay long. It was too late for me to get a bus home.

As soon as he’d gone, my best friend started coming on to me.

I asked him what he was doing and told him to stop. But ignoring me, he continued and forced me to have sex.

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He went to sleep and I called a cab.

I’ve since found out that he’d made it up with his girlfriend before our night out so now I’m feeling bad because they may break up again because of me.


DEIDRE SAYS: Never mind about him and his girlfriend. He was supposed to be your best friend and should never want to hurt you.

He raped you.

You were clear in saying no but he forced you to have sex against your will.

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