A Gold Coast prostitute who used kinky sex to distract a client on a cocaine binge so two men could rob him has been jailed for his manslaughter.
But the men who organised the robbery, co-offenders Lee Benjamin Feld and Benjamin Samy Ghobrial were released on parole after already serving jail time.
Milan Chante Walker was sentenced to five years and nine months behind bars in the Brisbane Supreme Court on Wednesday for the death of Gregory John Hudson in October 2014.
Sex worker Milan Chante Walker (pictured) used kinky sex to distract a client on a cocaine bender so two men could rob him could be deported to New Zealand after a jail sentence
Ghobrial was sentenced to three-and-a-half years behind bars for the same offences and others of stealing, but Justice Martin also agreed to suspend the remaining portion of his jail term so he could walk free from Wednesday
Gregory John Hudson’s, 57, (pictured) naked body was discovered tied up in his friend’s townhouse at Varsity Lakes on the Gold Coast on October 23, 2014
The 57-year-old’s naked body was found loosely bound in his friend’s townhouse at Varsity Lakes.
Justice Glenn Martin said it was an exceptional case because Hudson had an enlarged heart and a ‘lethal’ dose of cocaine in his system when he died.
Justice Martin said the pathologist had found any emotional or physical stress, including the fetish sex Hudson and Walker had been engaged in, could have triggered the cardiac arrhythmia that led to his death.
‘His heart was basically a ticking time bomb,’ he said.
The court heard Walker, who has four children and has lived in Australia for more than 25 years, would likely be deported back to New Zealand once she was released on parole in December 2018.
Co-offenders Lee Benjamin Feld and Benjamin Samy Ghobrial were also dealt with on Wednesday over their role in the robbery.
Feld received a two-year-and-seven-month sentence for armed robbery in company and burglary, but was released on parole immediately.
Ghobrial was sentenced to three-and-a-half years behind bars for the same offences and others of stealing, but Justice Martin also agreed to suspend the remaining portion of his jail term so he could walk free from Wednesday.
Benjamin Samy Ghobrial leaves the Brisbane Supreme Court on Wednesday
Lee Feld (pictured) and accomplice Benjamin Samy Ghobrial pleaded guilty to the burglary and robbery in company offences and are also expected to be sentenced on Wednesday
After serving time Ms Walker (pictured) may be deported to New Zealand, despite spending most of her life in Australia, where all her family except her father live, the court heard