In a dramatic bit of cross-examination, Ghomeshi's lawyer produced a flirtatious email from her to him.
In the note, which begins, "Hello Play-Boy," the woman says it was good to see Ghomeshi again and asks him to email or call her.
The 2004 email, about a year after she had said he punched her at his home, was bait, she said.
She says it was the only way she could get him to contact her, so she could ask him about the alleged assault.
The woman, who cannot be identified, has been facing a barrage of questions about inconsistencies in various things she has said.
Ghomeshi has pleaded not guilty to four counts of sexual assault, two of which relate to the woman who is testifying, and one count of overcoming resistance by choking.