Top advocate's co-accused in child sex ring case previously charged with sexually assaulting boy, 11

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A 53-year-old man was out on bail for the alleged sexual assault of an 11-year-old boy when he allegedly committed a myriad sexual offences against other minors with his co-accused, a well-known advocate who has acted as a high court judge.

News24 has obtained a charge sheet in which the advocate's co-accused was charged with four counts of sexual assault dating back to 2018.

The man has been accused of four counts of sexual assault after he allegedly forced an 11-year-old boy to touch his penis.

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