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Pregnant teen Tiffany Taylor was desperate for money in the days before she was allegedly murdered after disappearing from a Brisbane motel, a court has been told. The year-old disappeared on July 12, , after allegedly meeting Rodney Wayne Williams, 65, for a paid sexual liaison arranged through the Oasis website. Williams has pleaded not guilty in the Brisbane Supreme Court to murdering Tiffany after allegedly picking her up from the Waterford Motor Inn, south of Brisbane, mid-morning.
Witness Graham Dodd told the court on Wednesday he met Tiffany through Oasis but ceased communicating with her in the days before she disappeared because the teen suggested he pay for sex.
Earlier, the court heard Tiffany got together with a man named Gregory Hill when he was 38 and she was Tiffany's mother, Leanne Dillon, said she was disgusted when she found her daughter giving Mr Hill a lap dance at their family home soon after. Chloe Taylor said her younger sister began chroming and smoking cannabis on a regular basis about the same time. He said the pair soon moved in together but denied he was the father of her unborn child and said they had never had sexual intercourse.
By the time she went missing, Tiffany and Mr Hill had been together for four years and lived in hotels, often paid for in cash by her sex work. Home News National. Her body has never been found. He said the teen said she was struggling and needed the money for rent. Mr Hill says Tiffany pursued him when asked about his relationship with the then child. Mr Hill denied pimping Tiffany out or knowing she was selling sex. However, messages about meeting men and money were found on his phone.
The trial continues on Thursday. Australian Associated Press.