A 15-year-old girl who was in a "gang bang" at a Sydney house party later claimed she was raped when questioned about the incident, a Sydney jury has been told.

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A defence lawyer for one of four men charged with raping a teenage girl has suggested she made up the story after participating in a "gang bang" at a NSW house party.

On Monday the barrister told a Sydney jury it was the teenager's way of "dealing with it".

Christian Dickens, 22, Aaron Jensen, 23, and two 21-year-old men, who were underage at the time and therefore can't be named, are accused of sexually assaulting the then 15-year-old girl at a Blue Mountains party in 2012.

Dickens' barrister, Nicole Carroll, said in her final submissions at the Downing Centre District Court that after the party the girl denied being in a "gang bang".

"There's an onslaught of people questioning her, and she has to deal with that," the lawyer said.

"(It's) not unreasonable to suggest that this was her way of dealing with it - by claiming that it was against her will."

During the party the girl didn't complain to anyone that she had been raped and nobody could confirm she cried for help, Ms Carroll told the jury.

Afterwards the girl "conducted herself in quite an unusual way with the people she says assaulted her," particularly when she later considered celebrating her birthday with them at the house where the alleged attack took place, Ms Carroll said.

"On my submission that is not consistent with someone who, as claimed, was attacked and assaulted," she said.

The trial continues.

AAP

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