- A man accused of raping a woman on way to a bus stop will take charges to trial
- Jack Scott Turner Winship allegedly attacked the 20-year-old in Brisbane in 2011
- Winship is being represented by the same barrister who defended Gable Tostee
- Mr Tostee was cleared in 2016 of pushing Tinder date over a balcony to her death
One of two men accused of brutally raping a woman as she walked to a Brisbane bus stop will fight the allegations at trial.
Jack Scott Turner Winship and another man are accused of attacking the 20-year-old woman in April 2011.
Police allege they forced her into an alleyway at South Brisbane and aggressively raped her.
Winship was on Monday committed to trial at Brisbane District Court, at a date to be determined.
He is represented by high-profile barrister Saul Holt, QC, the same lawyer who got Gable Tostee off murder charges last year.
Accused rapist Jack Scott Turner Winship (pictured) leaves the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday
Winship is represented by high-profile barrister Saul Holt (back left), QC, the same lawyer who got Gable Tostee off murder charges last year
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