Bhasin has signed up for a dating service and defines himself as a laid-back “adventurer who believes in universal connection” and one who is just getting back after traveling for two years.
The Virginia man allegedly stabbed 65-year-old Brad Jackson in Alexandria in July 2018. Jackson’s friend Sarah Bryen saw the profile and alerted authorities. She also described details of Jackson’s death and advised people on the app to be cautious. Another woman also reportedly noticed his profile on other sites, including Hinge and Bumble. Since then, all traces of his profile have been removed when a woman raised the alarm earlier this month.
According to reports, Bhasin requested and was given permission for a conditional release from the mental health facility with instructions that he must take his medicines, wear a GPS monitor all the time, and be visited by mental health professionals. The orders did not mention social media, use or restraint.
Bhasin’s attorney, Peter Greenspun has stated that he was doing “extremely well”. He said that Bhasin was given a conditional release that was authorized by the court as a result of his improvement in the hospital setting. Bhasin has voiced his regret for Jackson and others who knew him. These expressions played a significant role in his recuperation, he claimed.
According to reports, prosecutors have requested the court to add new rules to the order that governs his release. On Thursday, a court hearing will reportedly take place in Alexandria, and a decision regarding the additional requirements will be made.
Follow us on Google news for more updates and News