A SEX worker allegedly involved in a six-year campaign of harassment, intimidation, stalking and blackmail against a Border doctor after they had a brief sexual relationship could face further offences, a court heard yesterday.
The Moonee Ponds woman, 30, first appeared in Albury Local Court in May charged with using a carriage service to menace, demand with menances intending to gain an advantage and intimidation.
She made an application to be dealt with under the Mental Health Criminal Proceedings Act, but it was rejected by magistrate Tony Murray who said the charges were too serious.
The woman made a further appearance yesterday and was represented by Legal Aid solicitor Andrea MacDonald, who sought an adjournment until next month.
Mr Murray said pleas have to be entered next time and prosecutor Sgt Tanya Eade said there was a possibility of more charges.
The court has previously been told the woman allegedly demanded sums varying from $150,000 to $350,000 in messages sent by text to the doctor and threatened to kill him.
She allegedly sent 2506 text messages, 74 voice recordings and 222 video files with demands for money between January 17 and February 28 this year.
Some of the text messages included video of herself performing various sex acts and abusing the doctor.
Mr Murray has imposed a suppression order preventing anything that can identify the doctor in the case.
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