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A casting agent has reportedly been thrown out of Australia after he raped a woman and is now living in Britain.
David Bullmore, 61, will not be allowed back into the country despite living there for more than 50 years.
He is now said to be staying in a boarding house in London.
The actor attacked the woman in 2008 as she slept in her bed while her kids were nearby.
He was convicted of rape in 2016 and was locked up for three years, MailOnline reports.
Bullmore, who moved to Australia when he was four-years-old, was also handed a deportation order and left the country last year.
He tried to fight the order and took Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to the Federal Court in an attempt to overturn it.
But he left Australia before the rejection was handed down.
The court found he had a “real” risk of sexual reoffending and accused him of being in denial over his criminal history.
He had claimed the risk was “irrational”, illogical or “unreasonable”.
Bullmore also reportedly tried to fight his conviction in the courts.
He argued the decision for his removal was made on a false conviction, according to Australian media.
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He wrote on LinkedIn: “After living in Australia for over fifty years, I was accused of a crime I did not commit and now I am fighting to retain my ‘Permanent Residency’ visa!
“I am looking for a solicitor who has the balls to take on the government and act pro bono.”
The convict insisted he was going to keep fighting the deportation order.
He told News Corp Australia he would “keep going keep going to the High Court if I have to”, adding “it's not constitutional what they are doing”.
He added: “It's a total breach of the constitution when it comes to British citizens because we're not aliens.
“Under the constitution they have no right but they have made legislation contrary to the constitution.
“I'll take it to the High Court, I'll win it easily. It might take me five years.”
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