A former One Nation staffer violently attacked a woman, called her a "filthy dog", raped her and threatened to shoot her in the head, a Brisbane jury has been told.
Sean Black, a former media adviser to ex-senator Malcolm Roberts, faces three counts of assault occasioning bodily harm and one charge of rape over the alleged attacks in 2007.
The District Court jury began deliberating on Thursday afternoon and will resume on Friday morning.
In his closing statement on Thursday, crown prosecutor Brendan White told jurors they must convict Black on all four charges.
Mr White said the first assault occurred in April 2007 when Black tried to pull the woman down a staircase and repeatedly called her a "filthy dog".
In October 2007, he allegedly slammed a door on her fingers and mocked her a few days later after noticing bruises on her body, the court heard.
The woman alleges Black raped her after she told him not to hit her any more.
Mr White told the jury that a month later she approached Black about the assaults and he allegedly struck her in the stomach and threatened to kill her before breaking her phone.
She alleged Black said: "I will shoot you in the head and I will kill you," before snatching her phone and smashing it.
The jury was shown photos of bruises on the woman's body.
Mr White said her demeanour during her testimony indicated she was being truthful and medical evidence supported her version of events.
"For any person (giving testimony) it would be extremely difficult. She was being truthful," he told the court.
He urged the jury to think about how hard it would be to recall details from 10 years ago.
Black's barrister, Rick Taylor, accused the woman of making up the allegations.
He called her testimony "contrived" and said her evidence was "lies, I'll call them lies because they are lies".
Mr Taylor said the bruises were "modest" and could have come from "common daily activity".
He said while the allegations were horrible, it was just as horrible to make up the accusations.
"Her evidence does not fit with the story story she is telling," Mr Taylor said.