Brothel boss Mark Gray funded lavish lifestyle for friend before her death

“The girls don’t know who I am. I’m like Charlie’s Angels,” he said, referring to the Hollywood action franchise about a trio of crime-fighting women working at a detective agency run by their unseen boss, Charlie.

Gray also said he had wanted to purchase the Daily Planet brothel in Melbourne, as he’d worked there as the laundry boy while at university.

Ricardo Barbaro arrives at the Supreme Court in Melbourne on Thursday.Credit: Luis Enrique Ascui

“I wanted to buy the Bunny Ranch…


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