- Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser arrested last Friday in NSW Southern Highlands
- Facing multiple charges in relation to alleged s*xual touching of four young girls
- The teacher was also charged in January this year for alleged similar offences
Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser Biography — Wiki
Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser is a school teacher who is facing additional charges for allegedly s*xually touching and indecently assaulting a number of 12-year-old girls in Sydney’s south-west. Astleitner-Kaiser was re-arrested last Friday at Moss Vale Police Station, in NSW’s Southern Highlands.
Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser Age
Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser is 64 years old.
Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser charged with molesting five female students aged just 12 and 13
Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser was charged with intentionally s*xually touching a child between 10 and 16, three counts of indecent assault on a person under 16, and three counts of common assault. Astleitner-Kaiser has been charged with a raft of offences relating to allegedly s*xually assaulting 12 and 13-year-old girls in NSW (stock image)
He will appear in Campbelltown Local Court (pictured above) to answer multiple counts of allegedly molesting a number of 12-year-old girls. In January this year, he was arrested and charged with two counts of s*xually touching a 13-year-old-girl at his home in the Southern Highlands.
What we know so far about Ulf Werner Astleitner-Kaiser
The alleged incident occurred between December 1 and 7 in 2019.
Since his initial arrest, police have received new information relating to the alleged indecent assault of four 12-year-old girls, who were said to be known to the man. Police will allege the latest incidents took place in the Macarthur region, in south-west Sydney, last year.
Astleitner-Kaiser pleaded not guilty to the initial charges and fronted Campbelltown Local Court in August.
Following his arrest over the latest charges, Astleitner-Kaiser appeared at Moss Vale Local Court where he was granted strict conditional bail.
He is expected to again appear at Campbelltown Local Court on Wednesday.
Police said the investigation was continuing.