ACCUSED paedophile Bill Spedding has had his bail conditions relaxed.
Spedding, who was investigated over the disappearance of NSW toddler William Tyrrell was granted bail in the NSW Supreme Court in June over unrelated child sex charges.
The 64-year-old appeared at Campbelltown Local Court today where he succesfully argued that 60km trip to Port Macquarie police every day was excessive.
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Spedding, who is accused of abusing two young girls in the 1980s, will now only need to check in with police on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.