Trio to face court over Gold Coast sex robbery death

THREE people involved in the robbery of a man, that ultimately lead to his death on the Gold Coast, are due to be sentenced in court today.

Gregory John Hudson’s naked and bound body was found in a townhouse at Varsity Lakes on October 23, 2014.

Milan Chante Walker is accused of having erotic sex with the 57-year-old victim so that her accomplices, Lee Benjamin Feld and Benjamin Samy Ghobrial could rob him.


The court heard that the vigorous sex is likely to have caused Mr Hudson’s death as he suffered from a heart problem and had also ingested high levels of cocaine.

Ms Walker will be sentenced for manslaughter, burglary and robbery in the Brisbane Supreme Court today, along with Mr Feld and Mr Ghobrial for burglary and robbery in company offences.