Back at it.
Twitch streamer Luke ‘MrDeadMoth’ Munday and his partner Grace Campbell are once again making headlines over another charge of domestic violence. This time, Campbell has been charged with assault after an altercation that took place over this past weekend.
According to The Age, Campbell threw a kettle at Munday last Sunday.
“The woman allegedly assaulted the man, and he sustained minor injuries,” NSW Police told the newspaper.
As a result, Campbell was arrested at Narellan Police Station and then charged with two counts of common assault (domestic violence), domestic violence assault occasioning actual bodily harm and contravening a domestic apprehended violence order.
Munday will return to court this month over a charge of domestic violence captured during a livestream on Twitch. The broadcast in question showed Campbell throwing objects at Munday; the streamer eventually leaves the livestream’s viewable area to confront his partner while sounds of a fight can be heard in the distance.
If you or someone you know is suffering in Australia due to domestic violence, Stevivor strongly encourages you to head to 1800Respect.org.au or dial 1800 737 732. Additional state-based resources can be accessed here.