Jarryd Hayne's second charge served in just three minutes before a Newcastle court

It took just minutes for a magistrate to serve former NRL star Jarryd Hayne with a second charge of sexual intercourse without consent after allegations he sexually assaulted and bit a young woman at her home in the Hunter.

Hayne sat in the front row of a Newcastle courtroom on Wednesday morning during the three minute mention, where Magistrate John Chicken continued the former NRL player's bail.

Jarryd Hayne leaves Newcastle Local Court on Wednesday facing a new charge of sexual intercourse without consent. Picture: Marina Neil

Jarryd Hayne leaves Newcastle Local Court on Wednesday facing a new charge of sexual intercourse without consent. Picture: Marina Neil

According to court documents, police allege Hayne had sexual intercourse with a 26-year-old woman, known to police, without her consent and "did recklessly inflict actual bodily harm" on the woman "in circumstances of aggravation".

Hayne also appeared on Wednesday for charge certification (committal) over a charge of aggravated sexual assault inflicting actual bodily harm - to which he pleaded not guilty in November.

As the Sydney Morning Herald revealed on Wednesday, both charges relate to an alleged incident on grand final night last year, when Hayne travelled in a taxi to a 26-year-old woman's house in the Newcastle region.

At the house it is alleged he sexually assaulted the woman, ripping off her clothes and biting her on her genital area, drawing blood. She sought medical treatment for her injuries at a hospital the following day.

Magistrate Chicken continued Hayne's bail and granted two variations - the police station he must report to and a condition relating to his residence.

Jarryd Hayne leaves Newcastle Local Court on Wednesday facing a new charge of sexual intercourse without consent. Picture: Marina Neil

Jarryd Hayne leaves Newcastle Local Court on Wednesday facing a new charge of sexual intercourse without consent. Picture: Marina Neil

Hayne remained silent as we walked from the courthouse to a waiting car on Hunter Street.

Both matters were adjourned to June 26.