A teenage girl allegedly raped in a secluded toilet block by a man she met online feared he would kill her, prosecutors say.
Her alleged attacker, 56-year-old Francis Joseph McDonald, has been granted bail facing a dozen child sexual abuse charges in Victoria between July 2005 and July 2009.
McDonald met the girl through the online game Habbo Hotel and said he was in his 20s, Melbourne Magistrates Court was on Tuesday told.
He started jumping the fence of her family's Mornington Peninsula home to visit her in a bungalow out the back at night and repeatedly abused her, Senior Constable Celia A'Vard alleged.
At one point, the court was told he visited the girl while she was babysitting other children.
She said she didn't want to have sex but had "gone alone" with the man and then told him to leave.
Another time, Sen Const A'Vard said McDonald drove the girl to his Geelong home, and she sat on the floor of his car concealed by a blanket.
She said she was scared and didn't want to go, before McDonald stopped and allegedly raped her in a toilet block.
The court was told the girl thought he was going to kill her because it was a secluded bush area.
McDonald was also accused of taking her to a motel, again hidden by a blanket, and using sex toys on her.
Prosecutors opposed his bail bid on the grounds he risked interfering with his alleged victim, who was traumatised and scared he would contact her.
He had previously threatened suicide to her, the court was told.
During a phone call, McDonald allegedly acknowledged she had been 14 at the time.
"I didn't pick you, it was never meant to be. I don't know if it was real or not," he also allegedly said.
He was arrested at his Geelong home earlier this year and charged with 11 counts of sexually penetrating a child between the ages of 10 and 16, and one count of an indecent act with a child under 16.
McDonald previously applied for bail but this was denied.
Magistrate Phillip Goldberg on Tuesday agreed to release him, on the condition he not contact witnesses or leave the state of Victoria.
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