Muay Thai fighter goes free despite pleading guilty to hitting a woman

Daniel Valusaga (pictured), 32, received a suspended sentence of 15 months after pleading guilty to attacking a 22-year-old man last year.

A woman has been furious after a convicted murderer escaped a jail sentence for assaulting her daughter and her husband.

The images show Daniel Valusaga, 32, hitting 22-year-old Kume Harris and his father several times on a Gold Coast street in Queensland.

Valusaga was previously acquitted for assaulting Ms. Harris's father, Nathan, in the same incident.

At last month's trial, the jury found that they were not satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that Mr. Harris did not consent to the confrontation.

Daniel Valusaga (pictured), 32, received a suspended sentence of 15 months after pleading guilty to attacking a 22-year-old man last year.

Daniel Valusaga (pictured), 32, received a suspended sentence of 15 months after pleading guilty to attacking a 22-year-old man last year.

Shayle Harris told A Current Affair that her husband was not a fighter and the result of her daughter's case, which was the 15-month probation, angered her.

Shayle Harris told A Current Affair that her husband was not a fighter and the result of her daughter's case, which was the 15-month probation, angered her.

Shayle Harris told A Current Affair that her husband was not a fighter and the result of her daughter's case, which was the 15-month probation, angered her.

The professional boxer from Muay Thai said he had not realized that Mrs. Harris was a woman at first, but only felt someone attacking him from behind, 9News reported.

Shayle Harris told A Current Affair that her husband was not a fighter and the outcome of her daughter's case, which was the 15-month probation, made her furious.

She said: "There is no justice at all, it should be set apart."

Mrs. Harris also said that she hated the man for what he had done to his family.

The court heard that she approached the family's blue van, stationed on Trickett Street in Surfer's Paradise, where Mrs. Harris was with her mother and father.

Then, his father got out of the car and fought against Valusaga, before Mrs. Harris went out to the passenger side of the vehicle and ran to help.

The court heard that Valusaga hit and hit Mrs. Harris in the head while trying to get him out of his father.

Then he stumbled and grabbed Valusaga's shirt before they patted her face once more.

Crown prosecutor Sarah Lio-Willie said the 22-year-old girl had minor head injuries and soft tissue damage around her jaw, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.

The court heard that she approached the family's blue pickup truck parked on Trickett Street in Surfer's Paradise, where Mrs. Harris was with her mother and father (Pictured: Kume Harris)

The court heard that she approached the family's blue pickup truck parked on Trickett Street in Surfer's Paradise, where Mrs. Harris was with her mother and father (Pictured: Kume Harris)

The court heard that she approached the family's blue pickup truck parked on Trickett Street in Surfer's Paradise, where Mrs. Harris was with her mother and father (Pictured: Kume Harris)

The court heard that the 32-year-old has anger management problems and a long criminal record of violent offenses.

The ABC reported that during the sentence, Judge Katherine McGinness said that due to the violent history of Valusaga, the trial was transferred from the Magistrates Court to the District Court.

"It's amazing that you have not learned from the previous penalties imposed on you," Judge McGinness said.

The violent history of Valusaga includes an assault since 2004 and a jail sentence for homicide in 2009.

Judge McGinness said that the former boxer's violent behavior towards a young woman was "unacceptable."

The former professional boxer (in the photo, on the right) left the field free after the horrible assault last January

The former professional boxer (in the photo, on the right) left the field free after the horrible assault last January

The former professional boxer (in the photo, on the right) left the field free after the horrible assault last January

Outside the court, Mrs. Harris' sister and her family friend were outraged by the sentence.

His 24-year-old sister, Grace, said she felt like screaming when the sentence was handed to Valusaga.

& # 39; For me, he is just a monster. It will be done to another person on the street and, of course, it will be another girl, "he told ABC.

Harris family friend Sarah Mckay said Ms. Harris was traumatized with flashbacks of the event and is afraid of men in public places.

"She does not go out without her father or her boyfriend now because she's afraid of men," said Mrs. Mackay. Valusaga was ordered to pay Mrs. Harris $ 1,500 in compensation, but the Harris family said it meant nothing to them.

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