Cult leader Anthony Scott Williams to stand trial for sex assault

The leader of a religious cult in Australia has been committed to stand trial facing multiple sexual assault allegations.

Anthony Scott Williams, the local overseer of Pentecostal group Christian Assemblies International, has pleaded not guilty to 23 counts of aggravated sexual assault, indecent assault and sexual intercourse without consent.

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