A man accused of violently raping his partner multiple times when she tried to leave their relationship has been denied bail amid fears he will try to get to the woman.
During one of the incidents last month, the woman's nine-year-old daughter walked in as the man allegedly digitally raped her.
The man - who can't be named to protect the victim's identity - has been charged with two counts of rape.
Detective Leading Senior Constable Jo Albert said he may further be charged with rape, false imprisonment and making threats to kill.
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"She tells me she's terrified of him," she said of the alleged victim during a bail application in the Wodonga Magistrates Court.
The first incidents allegedly took place at the couple's home, in a North East town, on July 13.
The court heard the mother of three had tried to end their relationship and the man had left while making threats to kill himself.
He returned before getting into bed and allegedly touching her breasts, and restraining, bear hugging, biting and hitting her, before having sex with her.
The pair discussed separating four days later and the man allegedly asked to have sex..
The court heard he became angry when she declined and threatened to hit her with a vacuum.
He allegedly forced his way into a bathroom, where she had sought refuge, and injured her while she lay on a couch.
The court heard the woman was hit in the face and ear before the man demanded sex, restrained her, and failed to stop when she asked.
He will return to court on November 7.