Thanks for the chance to assist on this matter. I am an attorney with over 12 years experience in criminal
What you describe is not a crime.
If you had consensual sex with her and, during intercourse, she demanded you stop...and you did? That is not a crime.
She can certainly make a report to the police...
But in order to convict you, the state must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you had sexual intercourse against her will.
Again...that is not what you describe.
If you are questioned by the police? Consider invoking your right to remain silent. You have that right.
My experience in prosecuting and defending literally thousands of cases, the vast majority of convictions come from cases where the accused provided a statement. Do yourself a favor. Keep quiet. No need to help the police convict you.
Again, unless they can prove rape
beyond a reasonable doubt, they can not convict you.
The fact you are a felon really is not an issue here...that is not relevant to the allegations she may make, since it can not be raised at the trial
to determine if you are guilty or not.