Inside ‘predator preacher’s seven-year reign of terror’ as the full list of his alleged horrifying attacks against 19 women across Sydney – including girls as young as 15 – is finally revealed
- Court documents detail Anthony Stevo Glumac’s alleged reign of terror
- Glumac is accused of offences against 19 women and girls across Sydney
- Allegedly repeatedly raped girl, 15, beginning in school holidays of 2014
- Accused of strangling, raping, refusing to leave house of another woman
- The 24-year-old described himself as a ‘preacher of God’, fusion chef, PT
- Now is remanded in custody facing 46 charges including 16 rape offences
It is the staggering list of crimes a self-described ‘preacher of God’ from Sydney’s south west allegedly committed against 19 women and schoolgirls.
Horrifying details can be revealed of Anthony Stevo Glumac’s alleged reign of terror against the city’s young women over the past seven years.
The fitness instructor, labourer and alleged ‘Japanese fusion’ chef, 24, has been charged with 46 offences against women aged from 15 to 28.
The charges – which include 16 rape offences – were committed from Picton to Parramatta to Darlinghurst beginning in 2013 until his arrest last December.
A police source said Glumac, from Campbelltown, met the women through his work as a PT, via social media including Snapchat and and through friends of friends.
None of the victims were believed to have known one another until a 24-year-old former client from the gym came forward to police last year, claiming he had raped her at knife point.
And now court documents – released only after Daily Mail Australia fought for them to be made public – have revealed just what Glumac is accused of.
Daily Mail Australia can reveal exclusive details of the charges against Anthony Stevo Glumac – a jack-of-all-trades who has been charged with offences against 19 different women
Police allege Glumac begun by choking and holding down his alleged victims, before over time becoming more violent and brandishing knives
The court documents allege:
- Glumac repeatedly raped a girl, 15, beginning in the January 2014 school holidays and through the first 10 days of February
- In one day of terror last March, Glumac strangled and raped a woman, intimidated her and refused to leave the Rosemeadow duplex where she lived.
- Less than a fortnight earlier Glumac raped, intimidated and assaulted the same woman at his two bedroom unit in Campbelltown
- Another alleged victim was raped four times in Campbelltown over an 80 minute period – from 7pm to 8.20pm – on October 6, 2016. Glumac also assaulted her
- At another point, Glumac stalked or intimidated a young woman in Harris Park, touched her thigh and tried to force a kiss upon her
- Glumac reportedly stroked the outside of one woman’s genitals between 6am and 10am one morning, in a separate incident
Glumac’s 16 rape charges include a further alleged sexual assault at Tahmoor on August 2, 2013; another in Bowral with a separate woman in early 2014; in Darlinghurst with a third woman on December 7, 2016; Yennora with a fourth on March 22, 2017; Kanahooka with a fifth between 7.55pm and 11pm on August 28 and Campbelltown with a sixth between 8pm and 10.20pm on September 14, 2017.
He has also been hit with six stalk/intimidate with intent to cause physical or mental harm charges, five counts of common assault and two counts of assault with acts of indecency.
That is on top of a string of apprehended violence orders for the protection of the alleged victims.
Glumac’s alleged offences occurred from Bargo – close to Wollongong – to Darlinghurst in inner-Sydney over seven years, police claim
On December 9 last year, Glumac was on his way to work, dressed in hi-vis clothes, when he was stopped on the street by two Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad detectives.
Detectives swooped on Glumac as he went to work on December 9 last year
He was arrested and charged with a string of offences against three women – 24, 21 and 19 – and two teenagers aged 15 and 16. The arrest was highly publicised in the hope that further women would come forward to police.
Detective Chief Inspector Michael Haddow said at the time: ‘We’re talking about five separate victims not known to each other …. Our concern is that there may be other victims out there and we encourage them to come forward’.
Last month, Glumac was hit with a further 32 charges relating to fourteen different alleged victims. He was remanded in custody to face court in June.
On social media, Glumac claimed he was ‘preaching (the) word of God and praise’ and described himself as a ‘young boss’.
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