Victorian Man In Court Over Eurydice Dixon's Death
The case of a young man charged with raping and murdering comedian Eurydice Dixon is expected to return to a Melbourne court on Wednesday.
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Jaymes Todd, of Broadmeadows, handed himself in to police after the 22-year-old's body was found on the Princes Park field at Carlton North by a passer by about 3am on June 13.
The rape and murder of comedian Eurydice Dixon in Australia has amplified a national conversation on victim-blaming and violence against women pic.twitter.com/mIhrRedDHf— NowThis (@nowthisnews) June 19, 2018
Police allege Todd, who was 19 at the time, raped and murdered Ms Dixon some time between 10.30pm the day before and when her body was discovered.
During his previous appearance in Melbourne Magistrates Court on June 14, Todd's Legal Aid lawyer John Riordan said it was his first time in custody and stressed his vulnerability in that environment due to his youth and diagnosis of autism.
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