Perth FIFO worker charged with drugging and raping two women allegedly raped 20 more women

Father-of-two FIFO worker charged with drugging and raping two women he met on a sugar daddy website allegedly raped at least TWENTY unconscious victims

  • FIFO worker charged with drugging and raping two women he met on website
  • Adam Charles Lusk allegedly met women before slipping ketamine into drinks 
  • Police allege they found mobile phone footage of Lusk raping 20 other women 


A FIFO worker charged with drugging and raping two women he met on a sugar-daddy website allegedly raped 20 more women while they were unconscious.

Father-of-two Adam Charles Lusk, 43, fronted Perth Magistrates Court on Friday where it was heard he allegedly raped a 23-year-old woman and 28-year-old woman.

Police prosecutors allege he had met the women on a sugar-daddy website before slipping ketamine into their drinks and sexually assaulting them.

The court heard police had also seized his mobile phone and uncovered footage of 20 more unconscious women allegedly being raped. 

A FIFO worker charged with drugging and raping two women he met on a sugar daddy website allegedly raped 20 more women while they were unconscious

Father-of-two Adam Charles Lusk, 43, fronted Perth Magistrates Court on Friday where it was heard he allegedly raped a 23 and 28-year-old woman

Father-of-two Adam Charles Lusk, 43, fronted Perth Magistrates Court on Friday where it was heard he allegedly raped a 23 and 28-year-old woman

Lusk was arrested in January and charged over the alleged sexual assault of the 23 and 28-year-old women.

He was charged with three counts of sexual penetration without consent and two counts of stupefying in relation.

The court heard Lusk met the first woman on a sugar-daddy website in April before the pair engaged in consensual sex.

Police allege the pair had visited Joe’s Juice Bar when the woman went to the bathroom and Lusk slipped ketamine into her drink on May 21.

The woman began to lose consciousness before blacking out and then waking up to Lusk raping her at a Burswood home, the court heard.

‘Stop hurting me,’ the woman allegedly told Lusk.

The court heard Lusk agreed to pay the second woman $350 and met her at a restaurant on December 19.

Police allege the pair went back to his Ascot home where Lusk snorted a white powder before he prepared the woman a drink in the kitchen.

Police prosecutors allege he had met the women on a sugar-daddy website before slipping ketamine into their drinks and sexually assaulting them

Police prosecutors allege he had met the women on a sugar-daddy website before slipping ketamine into their drinks and sexually assaulting them

The court heard police had also seized his mobile phone and uncovered footage of 20 more unconscious women allegedly being raped

The court heard police had also seized his mobile phone and uncovered footage of 20 more unconscious women allegedly being raped

The woman then began to lose her memory and remembered waking up in bed with Lusk where he joked about what he had done, the court heard. 

Lusk has pleaded not guilty to the five charges brought against him and made his application for bail.

His lawyer lawyer Stephen Gabriel said his client’s parents were willing to put up a surety and house their son at their Dawesville home.

Magistrate Joe Randazzo labelled the seriousness of the offences as ‘the highest order’ and said it would be ‘wholly inappropriate’ to grant him bail.

Lusk will appear in court in April. 

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