On 22 November 2018 Mr Kenan Basic offered to assist a woman he did not know, Caitlyn Gray, after her car broke down at or near a BP service station in Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia. Kenan Basic worked on Gray's car for two hours at the BP service station in order to get it working. Mr Basic then followed Gray in her car ready to assist again if her car broke down.
Gray subsequently accused Kenan Basic of sexually assaulting her by the road side and stalking her through the streets of Sydney. Mr Basic was subsequently arrested, lost his job and was served with divorce papers.
After Mr Basic's name was featured in the media two other Sydney women claimed that he had stalked them on three separate occasions, during February and March 2018. Mr Basic's lawyers claimed this was a case of mistaken identity.
Mr Basic's lawyer, Moana Elbaba, said:
"These allegations only had arisen after the previous false complainant made her complaint, and he denies them,"
"He's unhappy with the allegations, he's vigorously defending them." 
On 24 August 2022 Kenan Basic was convicted in relation to these new charges and jailed.