Swimming coach, 21, accused of assaulting young girls during lessons in a swimming pool in Sydney, is ordered to stand trial on 26 charges of sexual abuse
- Kyle Daniels, 21, is on trial for 26 charges, including raping a child under 10 years of age
- Former school prefect had withdrawn more than half of his allegations in September
- The police withdrew the charge because of the evidence regarding one complainant
- Daniels is said to have abused the girls during lessons of more than five months last year
A swimming instructor accused of sexually abusing nine young girls during classes has been ordered to stand trial.
Kyle James Henk Daniels, 21, is said to have molested the children in February to June last year at Mosman Swim Center, on the north coast of Sydney.
In the Downing Center Local Court on Thursday, Daniels was obliged to be tried on 26 charges, including multiple counts of sexual intercourse with a child under 10 years of age.
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Kyle James Henk Daniels, 21, will stand trial for allegedly abused nine children during classes at Mosman Swim Center, on Sydney's north coast, in February to June last year
Daniels arrived on Thursday at Sydney Downing Center Local Court with his mother Janine in a blue suit and no tie
The tight former prefect Knox Grammar arrived at the court with his mother Janine in a blue suit and without a tie.
Nine arrested violent orders (AVO & # 39; s) taken against Daniels by the police remain in force and his bail continued.
The court heard in August that the police had collected thousands of pages of evidence in the case against the young swimming coach.
Daniels worked as a teacher at the Mosman Swim Center (photo) on the north coast of Sydney
A $ 100,000 bail was posted to guarantee Daniels' freedom under strict bail conditions
The police said earlier that their case against Daniels & # 39; strong & # 39; after Daniels was arrested on March 12 at his parents' home in $ 2.3 million in Balgowlah.
NSW Police claimed that the incidents took place in and around the swimming pool of the Mosman swimming center.
The accusations against Daniels forced his former swimming center to hire additional supervisors on the pool deck to watch over his staff.
EzySwim – who manages the swimming program at the Mosman Swim Center but is not in possession of the water center – told parents that they exceed the standard safety requirements & # 39; & # 39 ;.
Daniels – who has protested against his innocence since the beginning – is supported everywhere by his mother Janine, father James and his twin brother.
A $ 100,000 bail was posted to guarantee Daniels' freedom, with strict bail conditions for reporting to the police, not going to pools, and returning his passport.
Daniels has continued to study sports science at the University of Sydney, even with his current legal affairs.
He will appear again on November 18 in court for his custody and formally make a plea.
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