A married father allegedly asked a teenager for sex after helping fix her car, before stalking and trying to grope her, a court has heard.
Kenan Basic, 36, is accused of indecently assaulting the 19-year-old woman after she was in a car crash in Sydney’s western suburb of Bankstown on Thursday night.
Parramatta Local Court Magistrate George Zdenkowski denied Basic’s bail application on Saturday, to which Basic exclaimed: ‘Oh my God … but I didn’t do nothing.’
A man has been accused of following and indecently assaulting a teenage girl after she declined his alleged demand for sex in exchange for fixing her car
Kenan Basic, 36, allegedly stopped to help the young woman when he saw her in a car crash
The young woman claims the incident took place on Thursday night, in which the unnamed teenager was involved in a car accident in peak-hour traffic, the Daily Telegraph reports.
Approaching the young woman from a nearby BP petrol station, Basic offered to help her with her damaged car, to which she accepted.
CCTV footage shows the pair of them underneath the car, which eventually was fixed.
But when the teenager went to leave, Basic – who has a three-year-old child -allegedly asked for sex in exchange for his help.
The 19-year-old claims Basic tried to fondle her breasts and touch her vagina after he helped her when she was involved in a car crash
She also claims he followed her in his car when she declined his alleged demand for sex
She claims that Basic followed her when she declined his demand for sex.
A short distance later, she was worried her car was overheating and pulled over to the side of the road.
Basic then pulled over behind her and indecently assaulted her, police allege.
According to documents read in court, Basic tried to touch her breasts and vagina before the teen fled in her car.
When she was forced to stop again in heavy traffic, the man tried to get into her car.
She managed to escape and called police, who arrested Basic at his home the next morning.
Basic went to the young woman’s aid from a BP service station (pictured) on Thursday night
Facing court on Saturday morning, Basic was charged with two counts of indecent assault, inciting a person to commit an act of indecency and stalking or intimidating with intent to cause a person to fear physical harm.
When his bail was refused and he was ordered to reappear in court, Basic proclaimed his innocence.
His legal counsel said that Basic worked as a casual carpenter and could offer a $2,000 bail, to which Magistrate Zdenkowski refused and told the court there were an ‘extremely serious’ set of allegations.
Basic will face Bankstown Local Court on Tuesday.
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