A man accused of two counts of rape was in breach of a family violence order at the time of the alleged incident, the Supreme Court in Launceston heard.
The 33-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to the vaginal and anal rape of a 33-year-old woman on June 16, 2019.
A jury of eight women and four men was shown a police officer's body-worn camera footage of the arrest of the man who had fallen asleep in a bed at the woman's house.
"When he was arrested he was contravening a family violence order," defence counsel Evan Hughes asked.
"Yes, he wasn't meant to be at the address," Constable Chris Jackson said.
The woman recalled him saying: "I will pay the price and that I would always be his girl'.
"I told him to leave me alone that I was nobody's possession," she said.
She wept as she described the alleged sexual assault which came after he held her in a bear hug and forced her onto her bed.
She said she weighed about 42-42 kilograms at the time of the alleged rapes.
"I was trying to wriggle out but couldn't move my body," she said.
When asked by Crown prosecutor John Ransom if she had consented to anal intercourse she said: "definitely not".
"The pain was worse than labour," she said.
"Was he saying anything?," Mr Ransom asked.
"He was saying 'I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I need you to be taught a lesson'," she said.
She said that she heard the washing machine being used after the alleged rapes and then walked to some friend's house where she called police.
On Monday, the jury saw police body-worn camera footage of her first description of the incident.
Under cross-examination by Mr Hughes, she denied a series of questions about consensual intercourse in which she was face down on the bed.
Dr Nabil Shanker gave evidence that he treated the woman for a laceration to the anus.
The trial before Justice Michael Brett continues.