NSW serial killer Regina Kaye Arthurell arrested after alleged sexual crime
A NSW woman convicted three times for homicide has been arrested over an alleged sexual crime.
Regina Kaye Arthurell, 75, was arrested on Friday after she allegedly sexually touched a man at a facility in southwestern Sydney earlier this month.
The 55-year-old man attended a police station on January 22 and reported several incidents of alleged sexual touching.
Arthurell was arrested at the Campbelltown facility just before 10.30am Friday and taken to the local police station, where she is expected to be charged.
Police will allege Arthurell and the man are known to each other.
Arthurell was taken to Campbelltown Police Station and charged with four counts of sexually touching another person without consent.
She was refused bail and is due to appear at Campbelltown Local Court later on Friday.
Arthurell, who was previously known as Reginald before transitioning to a woman.
She is believed to have been living in crisis accommodation after she was forced to leave an aged care facility after the community became aware of her history.
Originally published as NSW serial killer Regina Kaye Arthurell arrested after alleged sexual crime
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