The 22-year-old woman had arranged to meet a man she had been chatting to online in June.

While she was in the bathroom of a home in SydneyAustralia, a group of men allegedly turned up and sexually assaulted her, the Supreme Court heard in August.

Cops arrested a 24-year-old man on Tuesday and charged him with two counts of aggravated sexual assault in company, which carries a maximum term of life imprisonment.

He was set to appear in Bankstown Local Court on Tuesday.

A 23-year-old man has also been charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault in company.

He has been released on bail and is set to appear at Newtown Local Court on September 22.

Adam Kabbout, 24, alleged to be the organizer of the attack, failed in his bid for bail in the Supreme Court in August.

Kabbout is fighting six counts of aggravated sexual intercourse without consent while in company.

The court heard that police don’t allege Kabbout had sex with the woman but he allegedly tried to film the other men raping her.

A 19-year-old male was charged in June over his alleged involvement and is set to appear in court.

Sex crimes chief detective Jayne Doherty said at the time the woman had built a relationship with the man online.

When she invited him over, he arrived – before the four others joined him, it’s said.

“They [allegedly] arrived a short time after he arrived at the premises,” Doherty said.

The victim took “a number of steps to try and ensure her safety”, the cop added.

“It’s through those steps that we’ve been able to identify these people,” she said.

Police have urged people using dating apps to let others know who they’re meeting and where they’ll be.

Daters should also “meet in public for the first time”, officers said.

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