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Uber driver, 37, ‘sexually assaults a 17-year-old passenger’ in Bondi 

Uber driver, 37, ‘sexually assaults a 17-year-old passenger in his car’ after dropping off her two friends in Bondi

  • Uber driver allegedly sexually assaulted teenager after dropping off her friends 
  • The 37-year-old picked up the trio from the city on and took them to Bondi
  • After dropping off the two friends the driver allegedly assaulted the 17-year-old
  • He was arrested on Monday and will appear in Liverpool Local Court in October 

An Uber driver who allegedly sexually assaulted a teenager after dropping off her two friends has been charged.

The 37-year-old ride-share driver picked up the 17-year-old female and her two friends at 1.30am on Sunday from the city to drop them off in Bondi, east of Sydney.

After dropping off the teenager’s friends home, the man drove the young woman to an address in north Bondi.

An Uber driver who allegedly sexually assaulted a teenager after dropping off her two friends has been charged (stock image) 

An Uber driver who allegedly sexually assaulted a teenager after dropping off her two friends has been charged (stock image) 

It is alleged he assaulted her in his vehicle.

She reported the assault to officers at the Eastern Suburbs Police Area Command.

On Monday, officers arrested the driver at a Liverpool address and took him to the police station where they charged him with sexual intercourse without consent.

He was released on conditional bail and is not allowed to operate as a ride-share service driver.

He will appear in Liverpool Local Court on October 25.

The driver was arrested and charged on Monday. He has been released on conditional bail and will appear in Liverpool Local Court (pictured) in October

The driver was arrested and charged on Monday. He has been released on conditional bail and will appear in Liverpool Local Court (pictured) in October

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