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“Reduction”: the latest explosion of the famous Porsche driver Richard Pusey


Renowned Porsche driver Richard Pusey, who is accused of posting a shocking image on the car dealership review page, has lost his bail application.

The 44-year-old was charged with two counts of using a telecommunications device to commit offenses and two counts of committing a criminal offense on bail.

The former mortgage broker allegedly published on Google a review of the Porsche dealer’s website in February 2022, which included an image of a police officer killed in a crash on the Eastern Highway in 2020.

Camera iconPorsche driver Richard Pusey was denied bail. Jason Edwards Credit: News Corp Australia

It is also alleged that they attached a graphic photo to an email sent to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority in December last year.

An unrepresented Pussy, who identifies himself as non-binary, clashed Monday in the Sunshine Magistrates’ Court via video link to see if their bail release proposal was successful.

But Judge Michel Mikitovich rejected Pussy’s application.

There was a risk that they still had access to the allegedly insulting materials, and the police were unable to access their devices at this stage, Ms. Mikitovich told the court.

She found that mental health support was not yet available to Pussy in the community in the event of bail.

Before the connection was broken, Pussy spoke out against the prison, where “they continue to kill Aboriginal women.”

They also faced delays they encountered while in custody, including the inability to photocopy documents or view electronic materials.

Camera iconPusey now uses they / their pronouns. NCA NewsWire / Nicki Connolly Credit: News Corp Australia

“These meetings are always interrupted – I lost 15 or 20 minutes this morning because the system is not working,” said Pussy.

Police say Pewsey made a shocking post on the car website a few days after a state memorial was held at Marvel Stadium to commemorate the lives of lead senior constable Lynette Taylor, senior constable Kevin King and constables Josh Prestney and Glen Humphries.

Pussy was previously sentenced to 10 months in prison after pleading guilty to a rare charge of outrage over public decency for videotaping the aftermath of an accident that killed four police officers.

The case will return to court in July.

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