Doctor Allegedly Tried To 'Arrange Sex' With Mother And 11-Year-Old Daughter
A doctor, 49, was allegedly caught trying to arrange sex with a mother and her 11-year-old daughter in New South Wales.
Detectives from NSW Police began talking to the man from the state's Mid North Coast in March.
It is alleged the doctor believed he was talking to the mother of the child, and engaged in conversations about "sexually explicit acts he wished to perform on the child as well as with the mother and daughter together", police said.
It is also believed the man sent sexual abuse material and arranged to meet up with the mother and daughter for sex.
Police arrested the man outside a hotel in Parramatta at about 7.30pm on Wednesday.
His hotel room in Parramatta was also searched, and a laptop, mobile phones, electronic storage devices and children's toys were seized to be forensically examined.
A property in Coffs Harbour will also be searched on Thursday.
He has been charged with inciting a person as an accessory before the fact to attempted aggravated sexual intercourse of a person between 10 and 14 years of age and using a carriage service for child pornography.
He was refused bail and will front Parramatta Local Court on Thursday.
The investigation was part of Strike Force Trawler, set up by the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad’s Child Exploitation Internet Unit into the sexual abuse and exploitation of children online.