A FORMER Koroit man who threatened to distribute intimate images of a woman has been jailed after pleading guilty to numerous charges.
Christopher Peter Greene, 38, now of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to theft, trespass, intentional damaging property, unlawful assault, persistently breaching court orders, bail offences, resisting an emergency worker on duty and distributing intimate images of another person.
He was jailed for 120 days and has already spent 107 days in custody, so will be eligible for release in a couple of days.
Greene will then start a 12-month community corrections order which includes conditions for assessment, treatment and testing for alcohol and mental health issues.
He may also have to do the men’s behaviour change program.
After being taken into custody he punched holes in a wall at the police station, punched himself to the face, banged his head on walls and was aggressive and abusive to police.
His behaviour was so bad he was handcuffed.
Warrnambool Magistrates Court heard that in March last year Greene ceased taking medication for the management of his borderline personality disorder and was drinking alcohol, which made him paranoid.
He told people he had decided to join an occult so he could summons demons.