A body modifier accused of mutilating a woman's genitals and killing another client has been granted bail.
Brendan Leigh Russell, 37, spent only three weeks behind bars before her conditional release.
His terms include that he will have to move to Port Macquarie, on the north coast of New South Wales, Terrigal, not have a smartphone or access the Internet or social networks, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Brendan Leigh Russell spent only three weeks behind bars before he was granted bail
Your conditions include that you will have to move to Port Macquarie, on the north coast of New South Wales, from Terrigal
You can not be less than 500m away from a body modification or tattoo parlor and you can not leave the house without your mother.
The 37-year-old man must also report to the Port Macquarie police twice a day.
Ahmed Dib, Mr. Russell's lawyer, said he would meet the conditions.
Mr. Dib said that his client needed to take mental health medication, which he was taking the month before being arrested.
He said that Mr. Russell should be placed in protective custody and that due to the nature of the charges there would be long delays in the case.
The Crown prosecutor argued against bail at Gosford Local Court, describing Mr. Russell as a flight risk with a history of intimidation, according to the publication.
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Earlier this year he was charged with the death by involuntary manslaughter of Samantha Hegyi (pictured)
Magistrate Alex Mijovich granted bail and placed strict conditions on the defendant.
Mr. Russell was accused of using an iron plate to burn the lips of a 33-year-old woman in 2016.
Earlier this year he was charged with the death by involuntary manslaughter of Samantha Hegyi.
Ms. Hegyi had returned to Mr. Russell's study after a "snowflake" implant that she had given in her right hand had become infected.
He allegedly rotated the implant and then inserted a second.
Ms. Hegyi had returned to Mr. Russell's study after a "snowflake" implant that she had given in her right hand had become infected
The wounds were resealed, but Ms. Hegyi was found dead at her home in Toowoon Bay by her seven-year-old daughter on April 12 last year.
An autopsy ruled his death as a result of blood poisoning, according to police.
Mr. Russell also allegedly gave a woman a tummy tuck for $ 800,
He allegedly indicated that he had done many procedures like that before, but the victim was left with a frightening pain.
She ended up in the hospital after Mr. Russell's advice on bandaging and neurofen did not work.
The case will return to the court on October 12.
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