A Bunbury massage therapist has faced court after six more women have made sexual assault allegations against him, after dozens of alleged victims reached out to police after his initial arrest. Anthony Brain, 37, appeared via video link from Bunbury Regional Prison in Bunbury Magistrates Court on Friday when his application for bail was granted under strict conditions. Mr Brain previously pleaded not guilty to four counts of sexual penetration without consent and one count of unlawful and indecent assault. It is alleged between October 22 and November 18 Mr Brain sexually assaulted two female clients during massage sessions at his business The Nomadic Masseur. During the hearing, police prosecutors confirmed that of the 25 people who had come forward with information after Mr Brain’s initial arrest, allegations from six women had resulted in charges against him, meaning there were now eight alleged victims. “The list continues to grow . . . we’re certain there’ll be more charges,” the police prosecutor said. The conditions of Mr Brain’s bail were set at a $100,000 personal undertaking, and he must reside at an address in Perth and report three times a week to Canning Vale Police Station. His two passports have been cancelled and he must not make any attempt to leave the State. Mr Brain is also not to contact any witnesses or victims, and he is banned from practising any form of massage or therapy. Magistrate Benjamin Tyers was satisfied the conditions of Mr Brain’s bail were strict enough to ensure the community’s safety. “Bail is not a punishment,” he said. “However, I do need to be satisfied that these conditions protect the community and stop any interference.” Mr Brain will next appear in court for trial on February 26.