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Aussie Gamer Avoids Jail After Admitting To Assault During A Fortnite Stream

Aussie Gamer Avoids Jail After Admitting To Assault During A Fortnite Stream

Image: Twitch (MrDeadMoth) An Australian gamer has avoided a jail term after confessing to hitting his then-pregnant girlfriend during a Twitch stream of Fortnite . Content warning: this story contains references to domestic assault. Luke Munday, also known as MrDeadMoth on Twitch, was given a 14-month community corrections order in Picton Local Court

Fortnite gamer Luke Munday arrives at Picton Court ahead of sentencing

Fortnite gamer Luke Munday arrives at Picton Court ahead of sentencing

November 13, 2019. Luke Munday arrives at Picton Local Court before being sentenced to a 14-month good behaviour bond. Munday was earlier pleaded guilty to assaulting his partner while live-streaming a Fortnite game after she had asked him to come to dinner in their Oran Park home in December 2018. (AAP Video/Steve Zemek)

Fortnite gamer who assaulted pregnant partner during livestream avoids jail

Fortnite gamer who assaulted pregnant partner during livestream avoids jail

A Sydney gamer who inadvertently live-streamed himself assaulting his pregnant partner has narrowly avoided being sent to jail. Luke James Munday, 27, was on Wednesday sentenced to a 14-month good behaviour bond after being convicted of domestic violence-related common assault in Picton local court. His lawyer told the court the assault was “just a

Fortnite gamer avoids jail

Fortnite gamer avoids jail

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know about Fortnite, athletes, streamers and kids all play it religiously, but should we be concerned about its effects on children? Luke James Munday, 27, was on Wednesday sentenced to a 14-month good behaviour bond after being convicted of domestic violence-related common assault in Picton Local Court.