The pregnant friend of a gaming addict accused of bashing her has been brutally online since his arrest.
Grace Campbell, 21, lived in fear since Luke James Munday, 26, was accused of mistreatment after his Fortnite livestream showed that he was attacking her.
The incident escalated from her and demanded that he would end a gambling slit all day in their home in Oran Park, western Sydney, on Sunday.
Grace Campbell, 21, (left) described how Luke James Munday, 26, turned the jerky IT nerd she had dated since she was just 16, into an angry person & # 39; because of his addiction to Fortnite
Mrs Campbell claimed that her five-year-old friend often reacted angrily to the question of leaving his computer – even by his young children.
Previous video from the IT worker's livestream let him verbally abuse his three-year-old daughter when she tried to get his attention.
The little girl heard twice & # 39; da-da & # 39; before Munday replied with & # 39; shut up c ** t, do not f ** king give me that attitude & # 39 ;.
Ms. Campbell said that as Munday's addiction to the popular game deteriorated, he increasingly missed his family to spend more time with strangers online.
"He did not spend enough time with the children and it was a battle every day to get him to leave the computer," she told Daily Mail Australia.
Mrs. Campbell (pictured outside her home) was allegedly beaten by Munday after she demanded that he end a gambling game throughout the day
Previous video from the IT staff's livestream showed him verbally abused his three-year-old daughter when she tried to get his attention
The young mother, who is 20 weeks pregnant with their third child, said that since his arrest she was exposed to a flood of online abuse by fans of Munday.
They include death threats, foul language, messages that blame her for the alleged attack and criticism of her upbringing.
"They even said that I was a bad mother and that I should lose my children, & # 39; she said.
Every discussion on social media that discusses the case contains at least several remarks that Ms. Campbell personally misuse.
Many blamed the incident, defending Munday's actions and saying that she deserved the alleged attack because she had nagged him to stop playing.
& # 39; She is a stupid guy. Teased him. Then everyone yells you can hear him bashing me … he bashes a pregnant woman …. stupid b *** h, "wrote one.
& # 39; She deserves to lose her children. She sounds like a jealous idiot who only has children to keep this smooth. & # 39;
Ms. Campbell told Daily Mail Australia that her partner would play the game behind his desk (photo) for eight hours at a time.
By Thursday, the computer that Munday spent hundreds of hours was packed with gaming and the black desk with a leather armchair was all that was left of his gear.
Another wrote: & # 39; What a bulls ** t setup is all this. His partner who initiated the violence must be charged. & # 39;
& # 39; When someone says to wait, I will quickly go away that they must understand things and not throw them to him & # 39 ;, wrote a third.
& # 39; I am not here, but I support that b *** h not even. If my wife does that to me, I swear to god that I would break her head with a PC monitor. & # 39;
Mrs Campbell seemed to throw a cardboard box and other objects on Munday because she demanded that he stop playing before he got up and confronted her.
Then he reportedly struck her for his children when Mrs. Campbell screamed and then gave him a "woman basher & # 39; called.
I hope you all know that I am pregnant and that he just beaten me, & # 39; she said.
The couple went on with their screaming match and Munday could be heard seconds later that she had to say "f ** k off … leave me in peace for 10 f ** king minions & # 39 ;.
Campbell said it was not always the case, and described how the jerky IT nerd she had dated since she was only 16 turned into an angry person & # 39; who would play all night.
Ms. Campbell said that Munday never put a hand on her before Sunday and although she was disgusted by the alleged attack that it & # 39; out of proportion & # 39; was blown up
Mrs. Campbell says that instead of playing with his adorable children, he spends six to eight hours a day while fans let him play the game, while his popularity only fueled his addiction.
& # 39; On some days he would finish his work, play Fortnite until he fell asleep in his chair, then get up and do it all again, & # 39; she said.
Mrs Campbell said that the couple had dated five years and that everything went well until he became addicted to Fortnite.
She said that he played the game for a large part of their relationship, but the addiction only caught him last year.
& # 39; He became famous and began to play six to eight hours a day for his fans, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; When he became addicted, he changed, he became an angry person. & # 39;
Munday was on Thursday for the Camden court, where his attack and an AVO were adjourned until 10 January.
The sad saga ended with Luke James Munday, 26, accused of domestic assault and banned from his parental home – unable to see his children
Instead of playing with his adorable children (right), he spent six to eight hours a day watching fans watching his game, his popularity only fed his addiction
The lawyer of Munday, Steven Mercael, asked the court to remove a deposit that Munday would not approach his partner or the parental home.
The court heard that Mrs Campbell wrote a letter requesting him to return home, according to Mr Mercael.
Mrs Campbell, however, said that this was a misinterpretation because she only wanted to contact him by phone to solve money problems.
She even said that the relationship was over and she no longer thinks he is fit to be the father of their children.
& # 39; After that I had enough. I do not want him to come near me or the kids, "she said.
But then Campbell said she would consider taking him back when he attended anger management classes and showed that he could be a good father and partner.
I will give him another opportunity for our children, but only if he takes the trouble and shows a real improvement, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; He must also address his addiction to the game. & # 39;
Munday, 26, appeared on Thursday morning at Camden Local Court in Sydney
Ms. Campbell's mother was less forgiving and said she would never have wanted her baby daughter to have anything to do with Munday.
I despise him for what he did to my daughter. I will never forgive him and I do not trust him, "she said.
I do not care how bad he is, I've heard it all before and I'm too old to fall for it.
She is a great mother, a loving mother and she is desperate about what this is doing to the children. & # 39;
Mrs Campbell's mother expressed concern that if Munday lost his job at Telstra, of which he earned $ 1,070 per week, no one could support the children.
Munday was suspended from his IT role earlier this week while the criminal case was being executed in court.
The computer where Munday spent hundreds of hours gaming was wrapped up and the black desk with a leather armchair was all that remained of his rigging.
Munday (photo) is accused by the livestreaming police who allegedly would attack his pregnant girlfriend when she asked him to stop playing Fortnite
With a pale white shirt and gray trousers, no tie or belt, Munday (photo) made his way through the mediascrum to a magistrate
Unable to return to the parental home, Munday hurried to the home of his grandparents in Narellan Vale in the south-west of Sydney after walking through a thick mediascrum out of court without commenting.
He remained locked in the house decorated with Christmas decorations and dozens of photographs of him who grew up, and refused to talk to reporters.
Munday's grandmother said that the sudden circus of his case took her and her husband, who were both in bad health, taking a toll.
He wanted a bed, so we gave him a bed, that was it. He is our grandson, what can we do? & # 39; she told Daily Mail Australia.
"He is a good boy, he has just made a mistake. He wants to see his children and come home. & # 39;
The older woman said that Munday had a difficult upbringing and was an orphan at a young age.
He & # 39; never knew his father. and his mother died about 20 years ago and left his grandparents to raise him up, "she added.
Someone yelled & # 39; you f ** king dog & # 39; when Munday ran out of court but did not confront him
Munday (photo) was harassed by my media and members of the public when he left the courthouse, but did not comment
Wearing a pale white shirt and gray trousers, without tie or belt, on Thursday morning front-front court of Munday, charged with domestic assault.
Magistrate Ian Cheetham has granted his lawyer's request for a four-week suspension so that the father & # 39; adequate legal advice & # 39; can ask.
& # 39; There is a lot of attention to this matter, my client and the alleged victim, Steven Mercael said to the court.
Police prosecutors did not object to the requested application, they did protest when Mr. Mercael applied for the bail to be removed.
The magistrate said he would not deal with it on Thursday and adjourned the case until 10 January.
Mr. Mercael has successfully submitted a request to apologize to his client for that statement, so that he could avoid the public eye.
Someone yelled & # 39; you f ** king dog & # 39; when Munday walked out, but did not confront him.
Munday, 26, was billed on Sunday night after fans saw a live stream of him playing the popular video game called police when they allegedly attacked his partner
Munday previously emphasized that the alleged attack was a one-off, as Mrs Campbell said, and that the livestream did not tell the full story.
You're all judging the video, you do not see what happens, you have not read the police report, you do not really know what happened outside of the camera & # 39 ;, Munday told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday.
On Sunday evening, when the game of Munday was broadcast live on Twitch's e-sports video stream, the woman was told to stop playing the online game.
In response to her request, Munday said, who had been the poster boy of tech giant Cisco: "Can not you? I said I would be out soon & # 39 ;.
"No computer, I'm sick," she said.
The 26-year-old would reportedly play Fortnite for up to eight hours in a single session (stock)
Children could be heard crying in the background of the video while the couple continued to claim.
In the end, Munday reportedly burst again, shouting: "F *** off you dog, you do not pay the bills."
Munday was brought to the police station of Narellan on Sunday at half past nine and accused of mistreatment, because the flow of his alleged attack on Twitter went viral.
Munday's alleged attack comes after a year after he talked about his desire to create financial security for his family after his father told him as a toddler.
& # 39; When my partner became pregnant with our first child, a lot changes and your responsibilities go through the roof, "he said.
I had that philosophy that I would not let that happen to my own children. & # 39;
On Sunday evening, the Munday match was broadcast live on the Twitch e-sports video stream (stock)
The budding IT genius was the best Australian Cisco Networking Academy NetRiders Competition last year, giving him a job at Telstra.
But in the wake of allegations, the telecommunication giant confirmed that they had suspended Munday while the police were conducting their investigation.
In a statement, Telstra General Media Manager Steve Carey condemned the alleged domestic violence attack.
"This behavior goes against what we as an organization stand for and the work we have done to help women affected by domestic violence," Carey said.
We have suspended Luke's job while awaiting a full investigation and will cooperate with each police investigation.
& # 39; Domestic violence does not belong in our community. It is completely unacceptable and must be eradicated. & # 39;
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