Published Friday, 03 August 2012
Williamson, aged 19 and from Enniskillen, denies two charges of assault. (© UTV)
Kevin Williamson also grabbed the 17-year-old by the arm and pulled her downstairs in a row at his home, it was claimed.
The pair were then found in bed together after the children's care home were the alleged victim was staying reported her missing.
Williamson, 19, from Galliagh Park, Enniskillen, denies two charges of assault.
Kate McKay, prosecuting, said police located the girl in a distressed state at his home on 28 July.
She claimed Williamson had grabbed and squeezed her stomach and pulled out her hair extensions following a row between them.
Hospital checks confirmed no harm has been caused to the unborn child.
A day later, police searching for the alleged victim discovered her with Williamson at another address he was then released to.
The girl has since withdrawn her complaint, but was described by Mrs McKay as "very vulnerable".
Denis Boyd, defending, said Williamson only agreed to meet the girl following the initial incident because she rang complaining of pains.
He revealed that his client suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and has low intelligence.
Mr Boyd added: "He denies these current allegations."
Although Mr Justice Gillen indicated he was minded to grant bail to the accused, he adjourned the application until an address is found in a different town from the alleged victim.
The judge pointed out: "This woman is six months pregnant. I'm concerned not only for her safety, but this unborn child."