A former soldier accused of threatening and harassing a female Defence psychiatrist who found him unfit for service has been released on bail.
Kingsley John Kraschnefski, 46, is facing the ACT Magistrates Court on a string of charges relating to harassing and threatening calls and texts he allegedly sent to the woman's mobile phone between December 23, 2014, and March 1, 2015.
Kraschnefski, the court has heard, blamed the woman for destroying his army career. His calls prompted her to take out a protection order, which he allegedly breached numerous times.
The court heard the soldier said "we should stuff you in a large jar of metho" and threatened to end her, while suggesting he still had access to guns.
"Wherever you hang your shingle, I will get you. I'll go to jail for it, I don't care," he allegedly said.
Kraschnefski appeared in court for a second bail application late on Friday, represented by lawyer Jacob Robertson.
Mr Robertson argued his client could reside with a friend, and comply with strict bail conditions preventing him from contacting the woman and consuming alcohol.
The court heard he was receiving treatment for major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
A new friend of the defendant, Michael Lawler, offered a surety and for Kraschnefski to reside with him in NSW.
Mr Lawler also offered to call the police if Kraschnefski absconded.
Magistrate Robert Cook granted bail on strict conditions, with the matter to return to court at a later date.