Alleged Tinder rapist Joshua Rini to await trial in jail after ‘flagrant breach’ of bail condition

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A Tinder user accused of sexually assaulting three women he met using the app will await his trial in jail after a judge heard that upon release he used another dating site under a false name.

Joshua Rini, 30, had his NSW Supreme Court bid for bail denied by Justice Peter Hamill on Thursday for two concerning issues, he said.

Rini is accused of continually forcing sexual intercourse on two women in May and December last year at a Glebe home, and on a 25-year-old in Woollahra in November 2017.

He met them all on Tinder.

“(The) allegations is their withdrawal of consent was unambiguous and clearly communicated,” Justice Hamill said.

The carpenter was granted bail in August 2020 under strict conditions he was not to use any form of dating service on any platform.

But his bail was revoked in May after he accessed Tantan – a dating app predominantly used in China – using a “false name”, the court was told.

Joshua Rini is accused of sexually assaulting women he met on Tinder. File image on left. Credit: Getty/NSW Police

Justice Hamill described it as a seriously concerning “flagrant breach” of a “self-evident” bail condition.

The judge was also worried by past criminal history in which he showed “somewhat demeaning violence directed towards a woman”.

The fight with his then-partner was sparked in January 2020 over a restaurant payment.

His aggression continued back at his apartment where he threw food at the woman, pushed her in the chest, and kicked her leg, according to the facts of the case.

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