Gary Jubelin, controversial ex-cop turned I Catch Killers podcaster, apologises to a former lover for ‘unforgivable’ act during sex

  • Podcaster apologised for ‘unforgiveable’ sex act
  • Gary Jubelin’s ex lover said he would answer the phone 
  • But fellow homicide cop Pam Young says he was a ‘very passionate lover’ 

Former top William Tyrrell investigator Gary Jubelin has apologised to an ex-lover for the ‘unforgiveable’ act during sex – answering his phone during the throes of passion. 

Mr Jubelin conducted a remarkably candid interview with his ex-girlfriend, fellow former homicide detective Pam Young, during an ‘I Catch Killers’ podcast discussion this week. 

The detective – who was famously removed from Australia’s best known missing child cold case in 2019 – asked Ms Young to name the best and worst parts of living with him. 

Ms Young, who has worked on murder cases such as alleged gay hate death of US maths student Scott Johnson, replied that he was ‘a very passionate and generous lover’.

Former homicide cop Pam Young discusses the nitty gritty about her sex life with former top William Tyrrell cop Gary Jubelin

Although Young describes Jubelin as a passionate lover, she complained that he always answered calls from informants or others during their sexual encounters

Although Young describes Jubelin as a passionate lover, she complained that he always answered calls from informants or others during their sexual encounters

Jubelin replied, ‘I wasn’t expecting that, but thank you’.

She continued: ‘The bonus was that you were also good at cleaning the house, so that combination was perfect.’

Jubelin cut in, ‘what was the problems (with) living with (me)?’

Young replied, ‘definitely the fact that every time, um, we were having sex, your phone would ring.

‘Which you can understand – busy cases and on call and all that. But it was the fact that you answered it, Jubelin.

‘That is unforgivable and disrespectful and very disappointing.’

Grinning from ear to ear, Jubelin replied, ‘they were important phone calls. Half the time they were informants,’ to which Young interjected, ‘when the other activity wasn’t, thank you!’

Jubelin responded, ‘ah sh*t, I’m digging myself into a hole. Anyway, I regret that Pam, I publicly said I apologise for answering the phone whilst having sex.’ 

Gary Jubelin was head of the task force into the missing William Tyrrell case, but left the police force and was later charged over illegally recording a witness

Gary Jubelin was head of the task force into the missing William Tyrrell case, but left the police force and was later charged over illegally recording a witness

Mr Jubelin has become a podcaster and journalist since leaving the NSW Police Force.

After exiting the job as boss of Task Force Rosann – which has yet to charge anyone over the abduction or probable death of missing William Tyrrell – Jubelin himself was charged.

In 2020, Jubelin was found guilty of illegally recording four conversations with a potential William Tyrrell witness and and fined $10,000. He failed to win an appeal against the convictions.

William Tyrrell vanished from Kendall on the NSW Mid North Coast on September 12, 2014 and has never been seen since, nor his remains located.

Gary Jubelin (above) as head detective at Kendall searching with officers in 2018 for missing toddler William Tyrrell

Gary Jubelin (above) as head detective at Kendall searching with officers in 2018 for missing toddler William Tyrrell

Pam Young, a former detective chief inspector herself controversially claimed that Scott Johnson’s December 1988 death could have been a suicide.

The 27-year-old’s body was found at the base of a cliff at North Head, a well known gay beat on Sydney’s northern beaches. 

In 2020, Scott Phillip White was arrested and later pleaded guilty to manslaughter, accepting legal responsibility for Mr Johnson’s killing.

He later withdrew his guilty plea, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, and will be eligible for parole in 2026. 

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