Swim Teacher Kyle Daniels Facing Further Charge
Former Mosman swim teacher Kyle Daniels has been hit with another sexual abuse charge in relation to a tenth victim.
The 20-year-old is already facing 35 charges of sexually abusing children, making this the 36th offence.
Back in March, Daniels was charged with the sexual abuse of two girls aged six and eight. In the weeks following, seven more girls aged under 10 have come forward with allegations against the form swim teacher at Mosman Swim Centre.
On Wednesday, detectives from the State Crime Command’s Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad charged Mr Daniels with another count of indecently assaulting a person under 16 years, in relation to a seven-year-old girl.
During a successful bail application, Manly Local Court heard that a parent had made a complaint against Mr Daniels in July last year, claiming about the “inappropriate holds” of her child.
Mr Daniels didn’t lose his job and continued to teach “under supervision”, the court heard. The matter was not reported to police at the time.
It’s understood that the Sydney University Student will plead not guilty to all charges and denies the allegations.
According to The Herald, the case against Mr Daniels will use CCTV footage as well as testimony from the alleged victims.
Mr Daniels was released on bail back in March, with his bail conditions mandating that he must report daily to Manly police station, not go to pools or beaches and surrender his passport.
It’s been reported that he has attended classes at Sydney University while out on bail.
Mr Daniels will return to court in May.