An Adelaide disability care worker has been ordered to stand trial over the alleged sexual assault of two female clients in his care.
- Disability worker Arjun Kandel is charged with sexually assaulting two women in his care
- He pleaded not guilty to the charges in the Adelaide Magistrates Court today
- Mr Kandel will appear in court again in July
Arjun Kandel pleaded not guilty in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Wednesday to two counts of engaging in sexual intercourse without consent.
Court documents allege the 42-year-old abused his position of authority and knew the women were vulnerable due to their mental disabilities when he sexually assaulted them in August last year.
Mr Kandel will face the District Court in July.