A man alleged to have drugged and kidnapped a woman before photographing himself sexually assaulting her and attempting to extort a $300,000 payment for the images has been extradited from Victoria to New South Wales.

Yanyu Mu, 29, was arrested at Oakleigh East in Melbourne’s south-east on Thursday, before being extradited to Sydney.

He did not apply for bail in the Parramatta local court on Saturday.

NSW police will allege he directed a group of men who forced a 36-year-old woman into a car at Epping in Sydney’s north-west in April.

She was taken to hospital for treatment the next day after telling police investigating her kidnapping that she had been drugged and sexually assaulted.

Detectives allegedly found her clothing, as well as drugs and bindings believed to have been used in the alleged sexual assault, in the bin of an Eastwood home, not far from where the woman was abducted.

The items were taken for forensic examination.

The man was extradited has been charged with aggravated sexual assault in company and deprive liberty, detain in company with intent to ransom occasioning actual bodily harm, using an intoxicating substance to commit an indictable offence, and knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group.

He also faces charges for recording the alleged sexual assault and threatening to distribute the images, with police alleging he sought a $300,000 ransom.

The man was due to face Parramatta bail court on Saturday.

Information and support for anyone affected by rape or sexual abuse issues is available from the following organisations. In Australia, support is available at 1800Respect (1800 737 732). In the UK, Rape Crisis offers support on 0808 500 2222. In the US, Rainn offers support on 800-656-4673. Other international helplines can be found at ibiblio.org/rcip/internl.html