Unfortunately it's not over for Darren Fresco. He'll be back on the stand at 9:30 a.m. local time tomorrow.
From Richard Greene who is in court - Pistorius lawyers "grinning ear to ear" after adjournment
Roux pauses and asks for court to be adjourned for the day, Judge Masipa dismisses the court until tomorrow morning.
Roux asks who paid. Fresco says he doesn't remember who paid. Fresco says "Oscar was a big fan of paying."
Roux asks Fresco to show how far he leaned forward to hand Pistorius the gun. Fresco does so from the witness box. Fresco now says the distance between the two could have been 60 cm double the earlier 30 cm.
Roux says others have said Fresco was wearing tracksuit pants when the gun went off. Fresco says it was the middle of summer and that he was wearing shorts, he only wears tracksuit pants to the gym. Fresco then says he's seen other people saying he was wearing pants. Roux asks how he saw that - Fresco says he saw it on Twitter. Roux jumps on him about following the case. Fresco says he hasn't been influenced by the coverage.
Fresco is getting a little testy with Roux.
Roux: You have a great uncertainty about the blaming.
Fresco: I have an uncertainty of when it happened.
Fresco now says he doesn't remember exactly when Pistorius asked him to take the blame for the gun going off.
Roux has Fresco read his initial statement out loud in court. Roux notes that it was Fresco who took the lead for the group saying they should "act as if nothing had happened."
Judge Masipa is also taking notes.
Roux catches every time Fresco misspeaks.
Then Fresco said he actually it was him who apologized twice.
There seems to be a lot that Fresco can't remember from Tasha's restaurant and the incident after the Vaal river.
Good point being made here -
The judge thinks that Fresco should have his statement while Roux questions him about it. Nel agrees.
30 centimeters is about 11 inches.
Roux is now asking about Tasha's. He wants to know how Fresco handed his gun over to Pistorius. Fresco says Pistorius asked to see it and that their heads were "within close proximity" to each other when he handed it over. He indicates that they were about 30 cm apart from each other - meaning Pistorius would've heard Fresco when he told him the gun was "one up."
Fresco says he still doesn't remember what happened after dinner after the sunroof incident.
Fresco says that Pistorius also apologized when they left Tasha's.
Roux says Fresco knew his affidavit would be used against Pistorius. Fresco agrees. Roux asks why Fresco didn't include in his statement that Pistorius asked him to take the blame for the Tasha's incident. Roux says he doesn't know but didn't deliberately withhold that information.
Roux asks if Fresco consulted with a lawyer when putting together his statement. Fresco says he did consult a lawyer so he didn't incriminate himself.
Nel has no further questions. Pistorius lawyer Barry Roux begins cross-examination.
Fresco says he didn't discuss the incident with Pistorius afterwards. Fresco says he offered to pay for the damage.
The owner's wife came over and asked what happened, Fresco explained that his gun had gone off unintentionally. A little while later the owner came over and Fresco apologized saying his gun had fallen out of his shorts and gone off. Fresco says Pistorius remained quiet the whole time.