Haunting pictures have emerged of accused double murderer Beau Lamarre-Condon cosying up to one of the men he is alleged to have killed.

Lamarre-Condon is charged with murdering former Studio Ten presenter Jesse Baird and his Qantas flight attendant boyfriend Luke Davies in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Paddington in February. 

Three months since the alleged crime sent shockwaves across Australia, new photographs have emerged of Lamarre-Condon and Mr Baird taken on various holidays and at a family event.

The pictures, taken late last year and obtained by the Daily Telegraph, show the pair smiling together as they drink beers by a waterfall. 

Another photo, taken at a viewpoint overlooking the Sea Cliff Bridge on the Grand Pacific Drive south of Sydney, shows a shirtless Lamarre-Condon with his arm around Mr Baird as they pose for a scenic photo.

In a further image, the former police officer stands next to Mr Baird while holding a child at a family gathering.

‘Can confirm, despite this photo looking like I’m a dad of two kids, I’m only dad to one very cheeky french bulldog,’ Lamarre-Condon’s caption reads. 

Haunting pictures have emerged of accused double murderer Beau Lamarre-Condon cosying up to Jesse Baird before his alleged murder

Haunting pictures have emerged of accused double murderer Beau Lamarre-Condon cosying up to Jesse Baird before his alleged murder

Another photo, taken at a viewpoint overlooking the Sea Cliff Bridge on the Grand Pacific Drive south of Sydney, shows a shirtless Lamarre-Condon with his arm around Mr Baird as they pose for a scenic photo

Another photo, taken at a viewpoint overlooking the Sea Cliff Bridge on the Grand Pacific Drive south of Sydney, shows a shirtless Lamarre-Condon with his arm around Mr Baird as they pose for a scenic photo

In a further image, the former police officer stands next to Mr Baird while holding a child at a family gathering

In a further image, the former police officer stands next to Mr Baird while holding a child at a family gathering

The pictures, taken late last year, show the pair smiling together as they drink beers by a waterfall

The pictures, taken late last year, show the pair smiling together as they drink beers by a waterfall

Lamarre-Condon has been in protective custody at the Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre at Silverwater in Sydney’s west for the past four months and his mental state is deteriorating.

‘He’s not doing real well at the moment,’ a source close to the 28-year-old told Daily Mail Australia last month. 

‘Obviously it’s set in now – what’s happened and the allegations and where he is. I think the rot’s set in mentally-wise. He’s at a low point at the moment. 

‘He’s very down. He’s hit the lows.’

The former senior constable was sacked by the NSW Police Force in March.

Accused killer cop Beau Lamarre-Condon has finally been hit with the harsh future he is facing as the onetime celebrity chaser sinks into despair in his prison cell

Lamarre-Condon is charged with murdering former Studio Ten presenter Jesse Baird, 26, and Qantas flight attendant Luke Davies, 29, in the inner-city suburb of Paddington on February 19

Police allege Lamarre-Condon shot dead Mr Baird, 26 and Mr Davies, 29 with his service pistol at Mr Baird’s home on February 19 and then dumped their bodies two days later in the Southern Tablelands.

Mr Baird and Lamarre-Condon were previously engaged in what police described as an ‘off and on’ romance but Mr Baird had not wanted to pursue a relationship.

Lamarre-Condon, who used to regularly post pictures of himself with international stars on social media, turned himself in to police at Bondi on February 23.

After briefly appearing in court that day, Lamarre-Condon was transferred to the MRRC, where he was placed in protective custody due to his status as a policeman. 

Prison authorities also deemed him potentially at risk because he was accused of extremely serious offences, had attracted saturation media attention and had never previously been in jail.

Detective spoke to Lamarre-Condon at the MRRC on February 24 after he received legal advice from Mr Walford.

Police subsequently located the bodies of Mr Baird and Mr Davies on a property at Bungonia, about 180km south-west of Sydney. 

Lamarre-Condon is under constant camera surveillance in his prison cell and not allowed contact with any other inmate.

Lamarre-Condon is in what is known as an observation camera cell which allows correctional officers to monitor him 24 hours a day. Cells at the MRRC at Silverwater are pictured above

Lamarre-Condon is in what is known as an observation camera cell which allows correctional officers to monitor him 24 hours a day. Cells at the MRRC at Silverwater are pictured above

On February 29, after Lamarre-Condon had been behind bars for six days, Mr Walford told Daily Mail Australia his client was coping with his new surroundings.

‘He’s fine,’ Mr Walford said. ‘He’s OK.’ 

A Corrective Services NSW spokeswoman said the department did not comment on an individual inmate’s circumstances but prison sources were able to describe some of Lamarre-Condon’s security arrangements.

Lamarre-Condon is in what is known as an observation camera cell which allows correctional officers to monitor him 24 hours a day.

Regular physical checks are also made to ensure he has done no harm to himself in his sparse housing, which is in a relatively new section of the 27-year-old jail.

It is the most extreme security available at the MRRC and Lamarre-Condon is completely isolated from all other prisoners in the facility.

Prison authorities do not necessarily consider Lamarre-Condon a particular suicide risk but his circumstances combine to suggest he would be vulnerable in jail.

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