Police have laid additional charges against Sydney man Joshua Rini after a third woman came forward reporting she was sexually assaulted after meeting him on Tinder.
Mr Rini, 29, handed himself in to police in July following a public appeal for information on his whereabouts, after two women he met on the dating app reported he sexually assaulted them at his home in Glebe on separate occasions.
He was charged with two counts of sexual assault without consent and released on strict conditional bail. Those two matters remain before the courts.
Police on Thursday said a third woman, aged 25, had since contacted detectives and alleged Mr Rini also sexually assaulted her, this time at a home in Woollahra, in Sydney’s east, after they met via the dating app in November 2017.