A grieving mother has gone public to issue a warning to women after the man convicted of killing her daughter was found looking for love on dating apps.
Charles Evans, 47, has been out on parole for six months after spending two years and eight months for running down his fiance Alicia Lee in a Toyota Hilux in 2017 after she ended their relationship.
A murder charge was downgraded to dangerous driving causing death and fail to render assistance in a deal with prosecutors.
He had previously said: “Mental illness caused her death, not me”.
Upon his release, however, he’s wasted no time looking for a new partner.
On his Eilte Singles profile, Evans wrote he is “enjoying life” and looking for “love, happiness, friendship, chemistry”.
Alicia’s mother Lee is calling for more regulation for who is able to sign up for dating sites.
“It scares me that it’s so easy to get on these sites and start preying again,” she told 7NEWS.
“They should have a regulation for predators and perpetrators.
“He’ll definitely try to do it again because he’ll try to find somebody …. who will put up with being abused.”
Evans, on his Facebook page, said the dating account was a lie.
But Elite Singles verified it was him and has since deleted the profile.
Its terms and conditions says: “[Elite Singles] prohibit anyone from using the service if they have been convicted of a violent criminal offence”.