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Sex News: Cause of prostitute's death questioned

Contributed by Anonymous on Thursday, December 09 @ 08:13:26 CST

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Andrew Drummond, December 8, 2010AAP, Dec 08 2010
A young prostitute who died after a drug-fuelled sex session with a Sydney neurosurgeon had a history of nose bleeds and chest pains, a court has been told. Suresh Surendranath Nair is charged with the manslaughter of 22-year-old Victoria McIntyre, who died in February 2009 after being called as an escort to the accused's Elizabeth Bay apartment.


She was one of five prostitutes hired by Nair on the night. A post-mortem examination determined she died from cocaine toxicity. Some of the other women present on the night have told Nair's committal hearing he supplied them with cocaine. The court has heard Nair had a large amount of the drug which he was snorting with a rolled-up $50 note. On Wednesday, Dr Rianie van Vuuren (RIANIE van VUUREN) who performed the autopsy on Ms McIntyre's body, confirmed that "at first" she was unable to determine what caused the death, having "excluded" other possibilities. But on receipt of toxicology results, she determined that cocaine toxicity was the cause of death. "Did you know that the deceased ... had suffered from nose bleeds and lethargy in December 2008?" Nair's barrister Peter Hamill, SC, asked Dr van Vuuren. "Would that have been a relevant element to look at when excluding causes of death?" Dr van Vuuren said she was not aware of the past conditions and had come to her conclusion using "limited" medical history. "Were you also aware that on February 3, 2009 - four days before the examination - that the deceased told her mother she was having chest pains?" Mr Hamill continued. "That would be a pretty relevant thing to know, would it not?" he asked. The doctor replied: "It could be". But Dr van Vuuren maintained cocaine toxicity was the cause of Ms McIntyre's death. "There is nothing else in my post-mortem (examination) or in the limited history I had that would indicate a cause of death," she said. Nair is also charged with the November 2009 murder of escort Suellen Domingues-Zaupa, 23, who was found to have died from cocaine toxicity. Ms Domingues-Zaupa died in the company of co-worker Carmen Hernandez-Zaupa and Nair at the same Elizabeth Bay apartment. In evidence, Ms Hernandez-Zaupa said she tried to phone for help when she saw her friend convulsing, but Nair took her phone and she became scared. The pair began to perform CPR on Ms Domingues-Zaupa but, the court was told on Wednesday, Nair should have known the importance of calling for medical help. Emergency department doctor Timothy Green, from Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, who examined Ms Domingues-Zaupa's body, said any medical practitioner would have known an ambulance was needed. "... At the first sign of seizure any medical practitioner would recognise that that is something of grave significance and call an ambulance". "... There would be no point doing CPR unless you had summoned the help of paramedics at the earliest opportunity," he said. The hearing before Magistrate Carolyn Barkell continues.

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The Daily Telegraph, December 07, 2010 
Prostitutes named in murder case of surgeon Suresh Surendranath Nair
Neurosurgeon Dr Suresh Surendranath Nair is charged with supplying drugs to sex worker Suellen Domingues Zaupa who was found dead in his apartment in 2009. Picture: Stephen Cooper Source: The Daily Telegraph
Witness Anna Monaghan, Director of HM Escorts leaves court in the Suresh Surendranath Nair murder trial / AAP Source: AAP
  • Sex workers lose anonymity in murder case
  • Allegedly took drugs with accused surgeon
  • One now works in a bank, another in media
SEX workers who allegedly partied with a neurosurgeon accused of murder lost their bid to keep their identities secret yesterday.
Eight women will be called to give evidence against Suresh Surendranath Nair, charged with the murder of Suellen Domingues-Zaupa, 22, in November 2009, and the manslaughter of Victoria McIntyre, 23, in February 2009.At a committal hearing in Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court, Magistrate Carolyn Barkell heard a string of sex workers due to give evidence wanted their identities kept secret.Among them are a prostitute named Terri, who the court was told now works in banking. She feared that being named as a prostitute could impact on her career and that of her father, the CEO of a "major company".Another escort, "Sally", now works in the media industry and does not want her private life made public, he said. Another woman, known as Katie, left the scene when co-worker Ms Domingues-Zaupa died after the pair allegedly took drugs with Nair.In supporting her bid to have her identity suppressed, Detective Senior Constable Ben Tearne, the officer in charge of the investigation into Ms Domingues-Zaupa's death, said: "She's worried about her safety, reprisals from the accused. She has expressed she has a boyfriend who she doesn't wish to find out about these activities."Nair's barrister Peter Hamill SC, in opposition to the prosecution's bid to suppress the women's identities, asked: "The witness Katie was present at the time Suellen Domingues passed away?"Sen Constable Ben Tearne replied: "Yes.""Was it true that the witness Katie had arranged for the deceased to attend the accused's premises?" Mr Hamill asked."Yes," Sen Constable Tearne replied.He also confirmed that Katie had taken drugs at Nair's home. Both women had been hired as escorts.It is alleged that Nair supplied cocaine to each of them, on separate occasions, at his flat in the eastern Sydney suburb of Elizabeth Bay prior to their deaths.Ms Barkell refused the application for all the women except one, who has moved to the US since the alleged offence and therefore cannot be forced to attend court."The witnesses are not victims of crime for which the accused stands before the court," Ms Barkell said."They are witnesses who were with him, they were engaged with him in their work as escorts."They will be called to court without the protection of anonymity."The hearing also heard from its first witness Anna Monaghan , who was the director of HM Escorts and arranged for Ms McIntyre, working under the name "Lisa", to attend Nair's home on February 14.Ms Monaghan told the court it was the agency's custom to place "a safety call" to escorts shortly after arriving at a client's home."When we spoke to her she said she was fine and having fun," Ms Monaghan said.


 
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