The victim said she had been out drinking in bars and a nightclub in Aberdeen before getting a taxi home with friends. Sentencing, Sheriff Wallace said Donnelly's actions were "entirely inappropriate".
Defence lawyer David Sutherland said his client's position oarty simply that the allegations did not take place, and denied any impropriety. Speaking outside court, he said: "I have got a lot of options to take and consider now. The political make-up of the council is expected to be discussed at a meeting of the full council in March.
Clark's defence counsel, David Moggach, said the incident happened as a result of the young men drinking too much alcohol. Fyffe had also been accused of sexually assaulting and raping the young woman on 9 October But she ended up heading on to a party instead of going home. He's no longer part of the administration.
Donnelly was ly part of the ruling Conservative, Labour and independent administration. Aberdeen City Council co-leader and Conservative Douglas Lumsden said: "I think he should really consider his position. Lord Stewart, at the High Court in Aberdeen, told them: "I hope you two boys succeed in keeping out of trouble and I'm sure you will do your best not to appear in court again. He then took photos of the woman when she was under the influence of alcohol and incapable of giving consent.
Daniel Clark, 21, sexually assaulted the year-old woman after he put shaving foam, cheese and moisturiser on her head.
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He remains a serving councillor despite a cross-party call for him to re. Fyffe's defence counsel, Louis Moll, said the incident was "totally out of character".
Co-accused Michael Fyffe, also 21, was told to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work after admitting assaulting the woman by putting substances on her head. Clark was ordered to carry out hours of unpaid work.
However, his not guilty pleas to sexual assault and rape were accepted by the Crown. However, Sheriff Ian Wallace described the evidence as "overwhelming", and was Gianh the contact was sexual. Mr Moggach said Clark, a qualified builder, was "ashamed" of his actions. There have also been calls for Donnelly's reation as a councillor.