Kenan Basic, Bankstown & # 39; s wrongly accused & # 39; Good Samaritan & # 39 ;, is being prosecuted for alleged stalking
A & # 39; Good Samaritan & # 39; who repaired a teenage girl's car – and was subsequently wrongly accused of sexually abusing her – has to do with a court accused of stalking two other women.
Kenan Basic, 37, appeared on Tuesday in front of a magistrate in Sydney, dressed in a gold necklace and a camouflage-printed cap, and vowed to make new allegations by fighting police.
Prosecutors claim that Basic stalked or intimidated two Bankstown Sports Club employees three times in February and March 2018.
A court heard that the police have CCTV evidence of the alleged late night incidents and that both women had emailed their boss about this.
But Basic strongly denies the allegations, with his lawyer saying that they only came to light after Caitlyn Gray, 19, made up a story about the fact that he had touched her improperly.
Kenan Basic, 37, was falsely accused of sexually abusing a 19-year-old girl with car trouble. On Tuesday, he was in court to fight new claims of stalking or intimidation of two women
A woman, rightly so, thought today to be one of the alleged victims of Basic's behavior
Basic, left on Tuesday morning with his lawyer Mona El Baba and on the right later that day in a cap and gold chain
In November last year, Basic was sensationally thrown into Silverwater's maximum security prison.
Caitlyn Gray, 19, claimed to have touched her genitals and asked her for sexual favors after spending two hours repairing her broken car.
There was only one problem – she had made up the allegations. There were no signs of her alleged attacks on images of their exchange.
Mrs. Gray was imprisoned for making a false statement to the police last month. Meanwhile, Basic complained that the case was destroying his life, his marriage collapsed, and reportedly losing his job.
He started a GoFundMe page and argued for financial help after his & # 39; wonderful life & # 39; & # 39; was snatched (below him) & # 39; but it only earned $ 10.
After Basic's unlawful arrest, the police discovered that two employees of the local sports club had previously complained to their manager about his alleged behavior.
The manager called investigators after seeing Basic's arrest on the news and told them about the claims.
All the alleged incidents were in the early hours of the morning, between midnight and 5 am, the court heard.
Chief Investigator Detective Senior agent Troy Smith told today that a judicial police images through the club to his Toyota Hilux & # 39;
Previous False Claim: Caitlyn Gray claimed to be with the police that she was improperly touched by Kenan Basic after placing her car at a service station. But the claim was made up
Gray was sentenced to a prison sentence of at least five months last month. She was released on bail and appealed to the higher court
Prosecutors will also call the two women as witnesses, as well as the manager of the club, Matthew Tanti.
But the charges were fiercely defended by Basic's defense lawyer, Mona El Baba, who said that & # 39; identification is a live issue & # 39; and spent hours grilling Mr. Smith.
She said that the judicial police had not asked the alleged victims to choose Basic from a photo board and the magistrate told about & # 39; movement theory & # 39; to consider.
& # 39; The email from this complainant sent an email to their manager about a month after the incident, & # 39; said El Baba at an unusual opening address.
& # 39; Then my client appears in numerous news sources at the end of last year about an unrelated issue …
Basic's lawyer said that he & # 39; was not happy with the allegations … these allegations were only made after the previous false complaint & # 39;
Basic sat still during the legal proceedings while Mrs. El Baba cross-examined the investigator who led the investigation into him
& # 39; The sports club manager sees my client in the news source and says, "oh, he's the man, we think he's the man."
Smith was visibly frustrated when Mrs. El Baba repeatedly questioned him and asked him to guide her through moments in the images.
He said he could identify Basic, just like the Bankstown club staff, especially Mr. Tanti.
El Baba said out of court: & Of course he is not happy with the allegations … These allegations were only made after the previous false complaint and denies them. & # 39;
The hearing will continue next year.
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