Fortnite nerd gets a makeover: a diminishing bully who hit his pregnant girlfriend while streaming a game live, appears at court in a new suit and a smooth haircut
- Luke James Munday, 27, pleaded guilty to domestic violence related abuse
- He attacked his pregnant girlfriend in December 2018 after interrupting him
- At the time he was gaming for hours to impress his many online fans
- Sunday appeared in court on Monday with a new hairstyle and navy suit
A diminutive online gamer who was attacking his pregnant girlfriend after interrupting a live stream game appeared in court with a sharp new look.
Luke James Munday, 27, pleaded guilty to a common domestic violence-related attack after slamming Grace Campbell and pulling her to the ground in December 2018 in their Oran Park home.
He would be sentenced Monday in court Mark Douglass in the local court of Picton, but managed to postpone the trial to prepare an assessment report for the conviction.
The expectation is that Sunday 13 November will return to the same court.
Luke James Munday, 27, pleaded guilty to common domestic violence-related mistreatment after slapping Grace Campbell on the cheek and pulling her to the ground in their Oran Park home in December 2018
The Telstra network engineer looked tighter than his previous appearance, with a new smooth hairstyle and a navy suit
The Telstra network engineer looked tighter than his previous appearance, with a new smooth hairstyle and a navy suit.
The look was far removed from his latest clothing, in which he appeared in court with a badly fitting button-down shirt and pair of pants.
Munday's lawyer, Steven Mercael, argued Monday that his client should receive a conditional release order without conviction for the crime.
& # 39; That seems low, & # 39; said Mr. Douglass.
The gamer, known as MrDeadMoth online, had broadcast his Fortnite activity on Twitch streaming platform when his partner asked him to come and dine on a Sunday evening in December.
With a pale shirt and gray trousers, without a tie or belt, Munday (photo) went through the media scrum to prevent a magistrate from appearing earlier in court in December
When he didn't do that, she went to the office and said she wanted him to eat with the family, repeated her request several times, and then threw objects at him.
After she asked her to stop, Munday got angry, got up, walked away from the camera and hit the left side of her face.
He sat down, but after further objects had been thrown at him, he pulled her to the ground and walked away.
& # 39; She went to pack my things and I got angry. I stood up and slapped her cheek, & Munday said in a police interview that night.
Luke James Munday (right) pleaded guilty to the joint attack of his partner Grace Campbell (left) before the magistrate Ian Cheetham in the local court of Picton
& # 39; I grabbed her and thought I had laid her on the couch, but it must have been the floor.
& # 39; I just kept her pressed because I wanted her to stop. & # 39;
A statement of agreed facts says that Munday repented during the interview and was aware that his actions were inappropriate.
Police bail documents state that there are & # 39; countless independent witnesses & # 39; were due to the live streaming of part of the attack.
A witness went to the police after his partner contacted Mrs. Campbell via Facebook Messenger, revealed what had happened and added a link to the video.
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