Man accused of & # 39; bashen rock star Angry Anderson & # 39; s son dead while high on MDMA & # 39; to stand trial for murder
- Matthew Flame, 21, is said to have killed and killed 26-year-old Liam Anderson
- Anderson was the youngest son of Angry Anderson, an Australian rock star
- His murder took place on November 4, 2018 in Queenscliff in northern Sydney
- Flame was reportedly under the influence of MDMA, marijuana and alcohol
The man accused of killing the son of Australian rock star Angry Anderson has been brought to justice under the influence of drugs.
Mathew Flame has been ordered to stand trial in NSW for the murder of Liam Anderson, 26, on November 4, 2018.
Flame was allegedly under the influence of MDMA, marijuana and alcohol when he allegedly murdered Mr. Anderson in Pavillion Park, Queenscliff, in northern Sydney.
The 21-year-old appeared on Thursday via a video link in Central Local Court, where magistrate Margaret Quinn forced him to stand trial in the NSW Supreme Court.
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Mathew Flame (photo above) has been ordered to stand trial in NSW for the murder of Aniaman's son Liam (photo below), 26, on November 4, 2018
The ABC Understand the fight began when the couple returned to the northern beaches after attending a party in the city.
Witnesses said they heard screams and moans, while others said they had seen Flame and Mr Anderson throw punches at each other.
Several police officers were needed to control Flame, with a source telling the ABC that he still hit Mr. Anderson when the emergency services arrived.
Anderson died of head injury shortly thereafter and was flown to the hospital in an emergency helicopter.
Angry Anderson woke up with the news of his son's death while on tour in Perth and flew to Sydney the following night.
The 21-year-old flame was reportedly under the influence of MDMA, marijuana and alcohol when the murder took place in Pavillion Park, Queenscliff, in northern Sydney (photo: Liam and Angry Anderson)
Flame and Mr Anderson were good friends and often appeared in each other's social media messages.
Once Mr. Anderson described Flame as his & # 39; homie & # 39; and wrote & # 39; love ya mate & # 39 ;.
Flame did not speak when he was told that he would stand trial, except to confirm that he could hear the court.
Flame will be formally read out on December 6, where he will appear again via a video link.
Bail was not requested and was formally refused by Mrs. Quinn.
He appeared on Thursday via a video link in Central Local Court, where magistrate Margaret Quinn forced him to stand trial in the NSW Supreme Court (photo Matthew Flame)
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