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TV presenter pays tearful tribute to gay colleague killed alongside his boyfriend

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Subscribe to our daily newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.Police have said Condon had been in an “off and on”, friends-with-benefits relationship with Baird before he met Davies.Condon appeared in court on Friday afternoon.

Prosecutors believe he shot Baird and Davies using a police pistol last Monday morning. The weapon was subsequently returned to a locked cupboard at a police station.

They also say Condon hired a white van seen near Baird’s home last week.Baird formerly had a show on Network Ten. It was axed late last year.

Former colleagues of his paid tribute to him on The Project yesterday.Presenter Sarah Harris became emotional as she talked about Baird.Sarah Harris has shared an emotional tribute for her former Studio 10 colleague and friend, Jesse Baird.

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