Decorated Australian federal police officer is accused of pressing a lesbian's hand on his genitals and pulling down her pants after a hot tub session
- AFP officer Ivan Bruno Kovacic appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court on Monday
- The 50-year-old was accused of committing improper conduct without permission
- Kovacic accused of pulling down the woman's pants and placing her hand on his penis
- The AFP assesses whether Kovacic should be suspended after the alleged incident
An Australian federal police officer ended up in hot water after allegedly forcing a woman's hand to his genitals after she pulled down her pants.
AFP officer Ivan Bruno Kovacic appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court on Monday after being arrested in his city apartment on Sunday evening.
The 50-year-old was accused of committing an indecent act of consent.
AFP officer Ivan Bruno Kovacic appeared in ACT Magistrates Court on Monday (photo) after being arrested in his city apartment and held behind bars on Sunday evening
According to court documents, the woman and two male colleagues met Kovacic in his apartment where they were sitting in the hot tub in the common room of the building.
They were invited to try some craft beer and the woman got ready to leave after Kovacic started dancing and slapped one of the men in the face.
The police claim that the male victim Kovacic then returned from self-defense, which left him bleeding and with a black eye.
The alleged female victim helped Kovaic clean up the blood before he pulled down her pants and put her hand on his stiff penis.
& # 39; (Kovacic) then pulled out his stiff penis, grabbed (the woman's) left hand and rubbed her hand over his penis several times, & # 39; the police claim, Daily telegram reported.
& # 39; The suspect has pulled (the woman's) pants over her buttocks … (she) has managed to get rid of the suspect and get out of his apartment & # 39 ;.
The woman froze and is & # 39; scared & # 39; that she cannot protect herself.
The AFP assesses whether the officer should be suspended.
Kovacic was released on bail and forbade him to drink alcohol and use the swimming pool and hot tub in his apartment building.
He has not argued.
The AFP said it decided whether or not to suspend Kovacic.
The woman froze and is & # 39; scared & # 39; because she cannot protect herself (stock)
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