A man who says a NSW magistrate sexually assaulted him when he was a teenager got drunk with his girlfriend and emailed his alleged abuser telling him "you belong in jail," a jury has heard.
Graeme Bryan Curran, 68, has pleaded not guilty in the NSW District Court to indecently assaulting the man nine times in the 1980s when he was aged between 13 and 15.
The complainant's girlfriend testified on Tuesday that the couple got drunk in 2014 and sent Curran two text messages and a lengthy email.
In the first text message, she threatened Curran saying "you are done". In the second she told him to "never contact (her boyfriend) again you paedophile".
"I wish I never sent the messages," she said.
The email, she told the court, was written by her boyfriend earlier that day and typed up by her.
"It was more about trying to get him to own up for what he had done because in the past ... (Curran) would cry and say sorry, we were sort of hoping he would do that again," she said.
The email stated: "You belong in jail, you are a paedophile. It's as simple as that."
"You f***ed with my teenage years and in turn with my life ... it doesn't go away it will never go away, I will always have to live with this."
Curran replied denying "any illegality or impropriety" and said he regarded the man "very fondly and warmly".
In a subsequent email, the complainant said he had been "advised that (he was) entitled to damages" from Curran.
The girlfriend rejected a claim by Curran's barrister, Phillip Boulten SC, that the email proved the complainant was seeking financial compensation from the magistrate who'd already given him more than $34,000.
"The fact remains this man abused him and he deserves compensation," she said.
"He is entitled to damages for years of abuse ... every normal person would think that."
The trial continues before Acting Judge Anthony Rafter.
Australian Associated Press