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AustraliaTeen allegedly harassed by man posing as TV executive

06:30  03 september  2019
06:30  03 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Teen allegedly harassed by man posing as TV executive © Tom Livingstone / 9News A man allegedly approached a teen girl in Cronulla Street, Cronulla, posing as a TV executive and became allegedly aggressive when she wanted to bring her parents to any potential meetings. A man who allegedly posed as a TV executive and harassed a girl and her family in Sydney's south has been charged.

Police allege the man approached the 17-year-old girl at a shop on Cronulla Street, Cronulla, on Sunday March 31, telling her he could get her an acting role.

The 50-year-old allegedly contacted the girl later that day and became aggressive when she suggested her parents should come to any potential meetings.

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The girl's father and brother both contacted the Carss Park man and demanded he stop contacting her.

Over three days after meeting the girl, the man allegedly left more than 300 threatening phone messages for her father and brother.

The family contacted police and investigators issued a warrant for the man's arrest.

He was arrested in Taren Point yesterday afternoon.

Police also executed a search warrant and the man was charged with using a carriage service to menace/harass/offend.

He was refused bail and is scheduled to appear at Sutherland Local Court today.

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