Home Australia Inside Beau Lamarre-Condon’s family of ‘celebrity chasers’: Ex-cop sister is revealed to have followed A-listers with her accused killer brother – as she mysteriously deletes Facebook post after Jesse Baird’s friend fired up

Inside Beau Lamarre-Condon’s family of ‘celebrity chasers’: Ex-cop sister is revealed to have followed A-listers with her accused killer brother – as she mysteriously deletes Facebook post after Jesse Baird’s friend fired up

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Jamila Lamarre-Condon, 25, was frequently seen with her brother Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured together) at celebrity hangouts as the couple chased celebrities for selfies.

Beau Lamarre-Condon’s tattooed, dreadlocked sister was the accused cop killer’s faithful companion when the pair chased celebrities across Sydney, Daily Mail Australia can reveal.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon, 25, was frequently seen with her brother at celebrity haunts as the Hollywood-obsessed siblings stalked stars to take selfies and post them on social media.

But she has now deleted her Facebook posts after she was confronted by a neighbor of one of the men her brother allegedly murdered, after she made a bizarre request as detectives searched for their bodies.

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, has been accused of killing Channel Ten reporter Jesse Baird, 26, and her Qantas flight attendant boyfriend Luke Davies, 29, on Baird’s rented terrace in Paddington, in eastern Sydney, last Monday.

The senior NSW Police constable is alleged to have shot the couple dead with his Glock pistol before driving 180 kilometers south with an acquaintance, who is not Jamila, to hide the bodies near Bungonia, in Southern Tablelands.

Lamarre-Condon and his female passenger allegedly stopped to buy an angle grinder and a padlock before the officer used the tool to access a private road on a remote property dotted with dams.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon, 25, was frequently seen with her brother Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured together) at celebrity hangouts as the couple chased celebrities for selfies.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon, 25, was frequently seen with her brother Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured together) at celebrity hangouts as the couple chased celebrities for selfies.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon (pictured with Harry Styles) was the alleged killer cop's faithful companion when the pair chased celebrities across Sydney.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon (pictured with Harry Styles) was the alleged killer cop's faithful companion when the pair chased celebrities across Sydney.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon (pictured with Harry Styles) was the alleged killer cop’s faithful companion when the pair chased celebrities across Sydney.

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, has been accused of killing Channel Ten presenter Jesse Baird, 26 (right), and her flight attendant boyfriend Luke Davies, 29, (left), in the terrace rented by Baird in Paddington, in Sydney's east, last Monday.

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, has been accused of killing Channel Ten presenter Jesse Baird, 26 (right), and her flight attendant boyfriend Luke Davies, 29, (left), in the terrace rented by Baird in Paddington, in Sydney's east, last Monday.

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, has been accused of killing Channel Ten presenter Jesse Baird, 26 (right), and her flight attendant boyfriend Luke Davies, 29, (left), in the terrace rented by Baird in Paddington, in Sydney’s east, last Monday.

Detectives allege he left the acquaintance alone for 30 minutes while he drove off in the van to dispose of the bodies before returning to Sydney with her.

Police have declined to identify the passenger, but insist she is an innocent party who is assisting in the investigation and was unaware of what Lamarre-Condon was allegedly doing.

He is now in Silverwater jail awaiting trial after detectives finally discovered the bodies stuffed in surf bags and buried in a shallow grave under rocks and debris in a steep bush on Tuesday.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon, tattooed and with dreadlocks, is seen in her Facebook profile photo

Jamila Lamarre-Condon, tattooed and with dreadlocks, is seen in her Facebook profile photo

Jamila Lamarre-Condon, tattooed and with dreadlocks, is seen in her Facebook profile photo

Before Lamarre-Condon joined the New South Wales Police in 2019, he was known in Sydney for chasing celebrities and posting selfies with the stars.

Now close friends have revealed he was often joined by his sister Jamila as the pair stalked celebrities including Katie Perry and Harry Styles.

The brother and sister were said to be inseparable and were often seen around Sydney hoping to ambush celebrities.

“They used to chase all the boy bands and pop stars like 1D and Justin Bieber,” said a close friend.

‘They went out two or three times a week. Between actors and musicians, they went to meet everyone who was in the city.’

The friend said Lamarre-Condon would even interview his sister about celebrities for videos on his star gossip website ThatsTheTea.com.

He added: ‘Jamila was nice and calm.

“It was like a typical brother-sister relationship: he was always bossy and controlling… and they fought with each other all the time.”

Another celebrity stalker who knew the pair added: “They used to be big on the chase scene in the old days.”

You often saw them together. I don’t think they are as close today as they used to be.

“She had kids and now she has a family, so she stopped chasing celebrities, but Beau kept going.”

Siblings Beau and Jamila Lamarre-Condon (pictured) were raised by their single mother Coleen in Kirrawee and Grays Point, in Sydney's south.

Siblings Beau and Jamila Lamarre-Condon (pictured) were raised by their single mother Coleen in Kirrawee and Grays Point, in Sydney's south.

Siblings Beau and Jamila Lamarre-Condon (pictured) were raised by their single mother Coleen in Kirrawee and Grays Point, in Sydney’s south.

New South Wales police officer Constable Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured with singer Katy Perry, who is in no way connected to the investigation) is alleged to have driven 180km south with an acquaintance to hide the bodies near Bungonia in the Southern Tablelands.

New South Wales police officer Constable Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured with singer Katy Perry, who is in no way connected to the investigation) is alleged to have driven 180km south with an acquaintance to hide the bodies near Bungonia in the Southern Tablelands.

New South Wales police officer Constable Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured with singer Katy Perry, who is in no way connected to the investigation) is alleged to have driven 180km south with an acquaintance to hide the bodies near Bungonia in the Southern Tablelands.

The Lamarre-Condon brothers grew up together in this house in Sydney's Grays Point.

The Lamarre-Condon brothers grew up together in this house in Sydney's Grays Point.

The Lamarre-Condon brothers grew up together in this house in Sydney’s Grays Point.

The brothers grew up together with their single mother Coleen in Kirrawee and Grays Point, in Sydney’s south.

At one point, Jamila was working at Sydney Airport’s McDonald’s before briefly moving to London, where she met a partner and is said to have had a son.

She returned to Australia and worked for the New South Wales Police as a radio dispatcher, but was fired after refusing to get vaccinated against Covid.

He is said to have told police the vaccine was “unsafe”, “not effective” and endangered his life and health.

Lamarre-Condon is currently registered as living in a unit in Zetland, in the city’s southern hinterland, but on Monday she joined the community Facebook group for Nimbin, the hippie commune town 750 kilometers north of Sydney.

And as police divers scoured remote Bungonia dams in vain for any trace of the missing men while detectives searched nearby bushland, Lamarre-Condon made a strange online request.

He asked the group for advice on how to clear an acre of bush that was overgrown with grass and weeds.

But when she was questioned about her relationship with her brother, the heavily tattooed and dreadlocked Lamarre-Condon deleted her post and blocked her Facebook account.

She only joined the Nimbin group on the Monday she made her post, but coincidentally was discovered by a neighbor of Mr Baird.

“I found it strange that she was posting about something so insignificant, days after her brother was accused of double murder,” the neighbor said.

‘I responded to the comment by saying, “Aren’t you Beau’s sister?” to which he quickly deleted the post.

‘She deleted the post as soon as I asked her about Beau. I’m not sure why I confronted her, but I was very surprised by her post.

Jamila Lamarre-Condon made a strange request online when she asked the group for advice on how to clear an acre of bush that was overgrown with grass and weeds (pictured).

Jamila Lamarre-Condon made a strange request online when she asked the group for advice on how to clear an acre of bush that was overgrown with grass and weeds (pictured).

Jamila Lamarre-Condon made a strange request online when she asked the group for advice on how to clear an acre of bush that was overgrown with grass and weeds (pictured).

A New South Wales Police spokesperson declined to comment, adding: “That is not information that we have or are aware of and cannot confirm.”

Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that Jamila Lamarre-Condon was in any way involved in her brother’s alleged crimes.

Daily Mail Australia has attempted to contact Lamarre-Condon about her relationship with her brother.

POLICE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Monday February 19

9.50am: Gunshots heard in Paddington, Sydney, but not reported to police

9:54 am: Call to emergency services made from Jesse Baird’s phone but disconnected

Lamarre-Condon rents a white van

Tuesday February 20

Lamarre-Condon partially admits role in Baird and Davies deaths to former police officer

Wednesday February 21

11am: Bloody belongings of Davies and Baird found in a bin in Sydney’s south

Around noon, Lamarre-Condon heads south from Sydney towards Bungonia with an acquaintance.

He stops at a store and buys an angle grinder and a lock. Then buy weights and torches.

He leaves the acquaintance at the door of a rural property while he walks away for about 30 minutes.

Thursday February 22

4:30am: Constable Lamarre-Condon leaves the Bungonia area and heads to Newcastle, where he uses a hose to clean the rented van.

Friday February 23

5am: Leave Newcastle and drive south to Sydney.

10:39: Lamarre-Condon surrenders to police

2:00 p.m.: He is charged with two counts of murder and refuses to cooperate with police.

Monday February 26

Police divers search several dams on a remote property in Bungonia, 180 kilometers southwest of Sydney, without finding any trace of the missing.

Tuesday February 27

Two more crime scenes are closed at Grays Point in Sydney’s south, near Lamarre-Condon’s childhood home and at a location in the Royal National Park.

11 a.m.: Lamarre-Condon agrees to talk to detectives and help them search for the bodies.

1:00 p.m.: Two bodies stuffed in surf bags and partially hidden by rocks and debris are found a 20-minute drive from the Bungonia dams that were searched on Monday.

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