But the family was caught out after passing off class A and B synthetic drugs as sports supplements.
But O'Neill, who has previously said he liked to bite, burn and cut women into unconsciousness, must still tell police before he begins a sexual relationship with a woman.
The 45-year-old man from York, who was cleared of rape at Teesside Crown Court last year, also said women needed to be 'scared' for him to 'climax' and he had been violent to everyone he slept with.
But a judge at York Magistrates' Court removed the 24-hour restriction today because it was 'disproportionate'.
However the court did impose a varied sexual risk order on Mr O'Neill, meaning he must tell police as soon as possible before starting sexual activity.
Investigators at the Iraq Historic Abuse Team (Ihat) expect the number of allegations being probed to fall from 1,500 to just 250 by the start of next year die to the fall of Public Interest Lawyers.
Ntokozo Qwabe (left), 25, the leader of the campaign to remove a statue of Cecil Rhodes from Oxford, was filmed using a stick to hit a student's phone out of his hand (right).He ranted his victim was guilty of white apartheid colonial entitlement.Qwabe said that he had not whipped the man, but said he wished he hadn't been law-abiding and had 'whipped the entitlement out of him'.The bruised body of 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling (centre and bottom left), from Bideford, Devon, was found on the popular Anjuna beach in the north of the small Indian tourist state of Goa.Samson D'Souza (bottom right) and Placido Carvalho (top right) were accused of plying her with drugs, raping her and leaving her unconscious on the beach where she subsequently drowned.But a judge this morning cleared the two men at a court in Goa's state capital Panaji.