Brisbane, Aug.27 (ANI): Accused killer Max Sica wanted a threesome with his then Indian Australian girlfriend Neelma Singh and another member of her family, the dead girl's older sister has told a Brisbane Magistrates Court.
Archana Pathik also told the court how Sica had hacked into her email account to send a sex profile to people she knew, including her parents-in-law.
Pathik was giving evidence at a committal hearing where Sica, 39, of Stafford, is charged with murdering Neelma, 24, Kunal, 18 and Sidhi Singh, 12 in different ways in their Bridgeman Downs home in 2003.
During cross-examination by Sica's barrister, Sam Di Carlo, the Brisbane Times quoted Pathik as saying she and her husband "had a relationship where we do experiment", including with other women.
She said her parents knew this, as did Neelma, who told Sica, prompting him to send an email exposing Pathik's bisexuality.
"(He did it) to make me look bad in the Indian community," she said, adding it was "retaliation" from Sica because she did not approve of him.
Pathik said Neelma told her in 2002 that Sica had asked her to be involved in group sex with another member of the family. She did not say who with. (ANI)