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Former childcare worker Bronte John Ciracovitch charged with eight more child abuse offences

ABC NEWS logo ABC NEWS 8/04/2021
a close up of a boy: Former childcare worker Bronte Ciracovitch is accused of child sex offences.  (Supplied) © Provided by ABC NEWS Former childcare worker Bronte Ciracovitch is accused of child sex offences.  (Supplied)

South Australian Police have laid more charges against a former Adelaide childcare worker accused of child sex offences. 

Bronte John Ciracovitch was arrested in September last year and charged with having a sexual relationship with a child, and producing and possessing child exploitation material. 

On Thursday afternoon the 30-year-old faced the Adelaide Magistrates Court on fresh charges, including aggravated counts of indecent assault, procuring a child to commit an indecent act as well as producing and possessing child exploitation material.

He has also been charged with maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship. 

South Australian Police allege that the most recent charges relate to offences committed while the accused was working in a childcare centre.

Mr Ciracovitch was already in custody and appeared in court by videolink. 

He did not apply for bail. 

The ABC understands the childcare centre where the accused worked only notified 180 families of his arrest after a suppression on his identity was lifted last month. The centre has been contacted for comment. 

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