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Rayney POI charged after alleged attack
Corryn Rayney. File picture supplied

A 49-year-old man linked to Corryn Rayney's 2007 murder by her husband's defence team is facing court accused of attacking a Perth woman.

The man, who cannot be named, is charged with deprivation of liberty, indecent assault and assault occasioning bodily harm.

The charges relate to an incident in Wilson on June 9.

The man is scheduled to appear in the Perth Magistrates Court on November 20.

Ms Rayney's husband, former prominent Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney, was acquitted of murdering her after a judge-alone trial.

Mr Rayney's defence team named the 49-year-old man as a possible person of interest in connection to Ms Rayney's murder during his trial.


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