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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Allegations a former high-profile Wellington public servant was caught on camera performing a sex act in a woman's house while she was out

    Allegations a former high-profile Wellington public servant was caught on camera performing a sex act in a woman's house while she was out


    In a pre-trial hearing at the Hutt Valley District Court prosecution lawyer Mark Shaw alleged the man twice entered the woman's house at night, undressed and performed a sex act in her lounge.

    The man is facing a representative burglary charge and an alternative charge of being in a building unlawfully.

    He has pleaded not guilty to the unlawful entry charge - and been granted interim name suppression.

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