Brisbane, Sep 15 : An Australian man accused of posing as a spiritual leader, blindfolding, drugging, and sexually assaulting a woman was refused bail in a NSW court.
Tony Golossian, 61, who is facing 151 charges of sexual offences against the women between 2001 to 2005, lured the 30 year old woman by telling her he could cure the black magic done o her family.
"Having read the allegations...I must say that if this is proven it would be one of the most bizarre and evil cases I have come across in more than 40 years," Brisbanetimes.com quoted Magistrate Graham Johnson, as saying.
Police claim that the 30-year-old victim was blindfolded and sexually assaulted during prayer sessions at five hotels and motels across Sydney.
Glossian and co-accused Arthur Psichogios, 38, have been denied bail, although Glossian tried to fake a heart attack during the court hearing but the hospital declared he was just fine.