A convicted sex offender who allegedly lured a young girl into an empty house was a & # 39; loner & # 39 ;, whose roommates had to set strict basic rules to live with him.
Christopher Irwin (34) was indicted on Saturday after allegedly arresting a seven-year-old girl and leading her from the front yard of her grandmother's house on Macquarie Fields in southwest Sydney to the nearby property.
Hero neighbors allegedly saw Irwin abducted the girl and followed him into the house.
Inside, they reportedly tried to take off her clothes before they held him until the police arrived.
A former roommate from Irwin told Daily Mail Australia that he & # 39; shocked & # 39; was by the claims about his behavior, but said he should have set rules during his cohabitation.
Christopher Irwin (photo), 34, is said to have kidnapped a seven-year-old girl and taken her to an abandoned house in Macquarie Fields, in southern Sydney, on Friday at 4 p.m.
Within hours of being charged by the police, his white ute sitting outside his house was smashed in red paint (Pictured)
Irwin had previously been convicted of child pornography offenses, but was revealed during a short bail on Saturday in the Parramatta Parliament.
The roommate who lived with Irwin and another man in a house on the other side of Macquarie Fields said he was unaware that he was living with a convicted sex offender until he went inside.
& # 39; I went to live with him four years ago and lived there for a year and a half, but I initially had no idea of his earlier charges, & # 39; said the roommate.
& # 39; When I moved into the other roommate, he said: & # 39; Maybe you want to know more about this … & # 39;
& # 39; So a few threats were made about what would happen if he was caught doing it again, but we kept him from Facebook because we didn't want him to be in contact with our friends.
& # 39; He struggled intellectually and had to be told to clean up himself and do things the way he was.
& # 39; He also didn't know how to talk to people, the only thing he could talk about with some knowledge was grass. He was a greenskeeper at a golf course and he went to work and then came home – that was his life. & # 39;
Irwin reportedly approached the girl on Friday at 4 p.m. with other children in the front yard of her grandmother's house.
After walking up the girl, Irwin reportedly said to her: & # 39; Come on, I want to show you something. & # 39;
He reportedly took his young victim by the hand, led her to the empty house, and closed the front door.
A former roommate from Irwin told Daily Mail Australia that he was & # 39; shocked & # 39; was upset about his behavior, but said he had a tough upbringing and fought with mild disabilities
Irwin reportedly told the young girl (photo) & # 39; come with me, I want to show you something & # 39; in an effort to lure her away from the house
The police claim that he then took her by the hand and led her to this abandoned house nearby. Once inside, he reportedly locked the doors and took the girl's clothes off
Irwin is said to have told the girl & # 39; be quiet and wait for you to go Nan and I let you go & # before two heroes of the hero invaded the house (photo) and saved her while they were also being held until the police arrived
A neighbor who allegedly saw the young person who was being led away made an alarm with the girl's grandmother.
Together they ran down the street looking for the terrified young girl.
In the abandoned house, Irwin reportedly removed the girl's jumper and told her: "Be quiet and wait until your Nan has left and I will let you go."
Soon other neighbors rushed to the abandoned house and forced themselves into holding Irwin until the police arrived.
Irwin was given the intention to remove parental control and continued to build with the intention of committing an indictment.
Within hours of being charged by the police, Irwins was what had destroyed him outside of his house with spray paint.
His former roommate said that Irwin had lived in southwest Sydney all his life, but had been raised by his grandparents and other relatives.
The girl was reportedly taken away from the front yard of her grandmother & # 39; s house in Bunya Place, Macquarie Fields (photo), where she had played with other school children
Irwin has been accused of taking a child with the intention of removing parental control and continuing to build with the intention of filing a complaint for a complaint. He was confronted on Saturday with Parramatta Bail Court (photo) and the deposit was refused. He will return to the local court in Campbelltown on Wednesday
& # 39; Chris was raised by his grandparents, but later he lived in a caravan in his aunt's front yard because I don't think he and his grandfather can get along, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; His grandmother tried to support him as much as possible – she would come by once a month to bring food and tidy up for him.
& # 39; I found him very harmless, so I was not shocked to hear that he had made a friendship with a child, but I was shocked by the other allegations. & # 39;
Irwin is being held and will face the Campbelltown local court on Wednesday.
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