The son of former counter-terrorism cop Danny Zaloumis is facing court charged with sexually assaulting a minor.
Reported by The Advertiser, Lucas Nieva-Zaloumis appeared in the Adelaide Magistrates Court briefly this morning as part of the commital process. Nieva-Zaloumis, 20, has yet to plead to one count of having unlawful sexual intercourse with a person under 17 years of age.
In documents filed with the courts, prosecutors allege that Nieva-Zaloumis had unlawful sexual intercourse with a person under 17 in August 2019 in Adelaide. He would have been 19 years old at the time of the offence.
Mr Smart allowed an adjournment of 12 weeks for the prosecution to finalise the case against Nieva-Zaloumis.
Nieva-Zaloumis’ father, Danny Zaloumis, is a former member of SA Police’s high-risk tactical operations and counter-terrorism operations sections. His father now works as a director of franchise development for A Unique Life Concept, which markets skincare and beauty products.
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