The man suspected of raping a 17-year-old girl in a park in Hove is due to go on trial on Monday (28 November).
Michal Tejkowski, 27, a warehouseman, of Enterprise Road in Maidstone, Kent, is charged with three counts of rape in Brighton and Hove and one count of sexual assault in Kent.
Tejkowski is accused of attacking the A-level student in February as she walked home from a night out with friends in Brighton.
He is thought to have followed her up Dyke Road and grabbed her outside the Booth Museum, Brighton, before dragging her into Dyke Road Park in Dyke Road, Hove.
He is charged with rape and attempted rape in relation to the same attack.
Tejkowski also faces two charges of raping a 25-year-old woman in a car park in Brighton in March.
He is also accused of sexually assaulting a 67-year-old woman in Moat Park, Maidstone, in early May.
Tejkowski’s trial is scheduled to take place at Lewes Crown Court.