But as reported by daily telegram On Thursday in May, he seems to have completely closed his social media accounts after the warm reactions.
In November 2019, May was convicted four times of deliberately recording a private image without her consent. In January 2020, the magistrate denounced his “shameful” behavior as he was given three years of good behavior bond and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service.
“This behavior is not only morally reprehensible but also criminal,” Judge Robyn Denes told Parramatta County Court at the time of sentencing.
“Ultimately, this is a crime that takes consensual sexual acts to another level. It shatters confidence.”