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He said he put the clothes in a plastic bag but ignored text messages and phone calls from Mr Atkins who wanted to collect his clothes the following morning.Mr Johns said he was unable to find the bag of clothes when police contacted him on March 2009.The inquest heard that on the night of Wednesday, September 26, 2007, the pair exchanged 37 test messages, with Mr Atkins wanting to meet up.
The young man referred to by the pseudonym Bradley Johns told the inquest that Mr Atkins arrived at his apartment in Hunter Street, Newcastle, on September 26, 2007, covered in dirt from top to toe.
Mr Johns said Mr Atkins was wearing work clothes and work boots, all of which were plastered with an "ashy dirt"."He kept saying 'I need to have a shower, I have been at work, I'm gross'," he told the inquest.
Despite it being the first time they had met, Mr Johns said Mr Atkins went straight into the bathroom where he spent 20-30 minutes showering. He said he asked Mr Atkins about his partner."He said he was away and it wasn't an issue he was seeing me," Mr Johns told the inquest.
Three days earlier, 20-year-old Mr Leveson had disappeared after a night out with Mr Atkins, who was aged 45 at the time, at the ARQ nightclub at Darlinghurst in inner Sydney.
His car was found abandoned near a popular gay beat in Sutherland, but his body has never been found.The man, who was 17 at the time, told the inquest he had never taken the drug GHB, but said Mr Atkins gave him a vial before the dance party, which made him sick all night. An inquest was held in 2008 and Mr Atkins was subsequently charged, but he was found not guilty of murder and manslaughter in 2009.