The Ana Kriegel trial has heard one of two boys accused of murdering her described her as a "weirdo" to Gardaí.
He and another 14-year-old boy deny murdering the Kildare schoolgirl at a derelict farmhouse in Dublin just over a year ago.
The jury spent the day watching Boy B's recorded interviews with Gardaí following his arrest a week after Ana Kriegel's body was found in an abandoned farmhouse in Lucan on May 17th last year.
With the assistance of an aerial photo, he mapped out the route he and Ana took to a park near her home in Leixlip where he claimed he had arranged to meet Boy A.
He said Boy A had asked him to call for Ana and he accused him of lying when he denied that in a previous witness statement.
He described Ana as "much more mature than other girls".
He said she was "more developed" and was "much taller".
He described her as a "weirdo" and "slutty" and said she appeared "lonely and sad".
He described Boy A as "weird" and told detectives he was not a rational thinker.
He said he left the two in the park and on his way home he later saw Ana.
He said he got no reply when he said "hi" and when he looked back, he noticed she was gone.
Reporting by Frank Greaney at the Central Criminal Court