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Australia The Block star to fight extortion charges with 'I'm not on Tinder' defence

05:33  16 december  2019
05:33  16 december  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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Former The Block contestant Suzi Taylor will argue she was not on Tinder and fight a string of serious charges against her after being granted bail on Monday.

The ex-glamour model is accused of holding a Tinder date against his will, forcing him to complete an online money transfer, stealing his bank card and assaulting him at New Farm on October 30.

During a Supreme Court bail application hearing, it was revealed Ms Taylor's defence would be that she "wasn't on Tinder" and the complainant used a different name on his own Tinder account.

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Her lawyer, Michael Bonasia from Legal Aid Queensland, said the Tinder allegations would form a key part of Ms Taylor's defence at trial and her team would question the complainant's credibility.

In the original allegations tendered in court, police allege the male victim, 33, went to a New Farm home just after midnight on Wednesday, October 30, after meeting Ms Taylor on the dating app.

Police said Ms Taylor then demanded money from the victim in an alleged extortion attempt.

When the victim refused, another man allegedly entered the room, assaulted the victim and held him against his will.

Ms Taylor was also accused of assaulting the victim before she and her alleged male accomplice forced the victim to complete an online money transfer, police said.

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It was also alleged the duo stole the victim's bank card and withdrew money.

During a previous court appearance, Ms Taylor's legal team told the court the co-accused, 22-year-old Ali Ebrahimi, was the principal offender in terms of the alleged violence.

In considering whether to grant bail on Monday, Justice Debra Mullins noted Ms Taylor, 49, was charged with two separate strings of offences in relation to alleged events on October 30.

The more serious charges related to the alleged Tinder date were allegedly committed while she was out on watchhouse bail.

Justice Mullins said given Ms Taylor's "quite dated" criminal history, she was concerned the extortion, deprivation of liberty and assault charges were "an escalation in her offending behaviour".

"This is the first time she has been held in custody," Justice Mullins said.

"She does have a criminal history, most of which is quite dated. There is an entry from July 2019 where she was fined and had no conviction recorded for a series of [lower-level] offences.

"The applicant is willing to abide by very strict conditions and because of she has experienced some time in custody I accept the applicant's submissions that she will be much more rigorous about applying with those [bail] conditions."

Justice Mullins granted bail for Ms Taylor on Monday and a relative told the court Ms Taylor could live with them during her bail period.

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