Australia: Sports broadcaster James Brayshaw's son, 22, pleads guilty to punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled NYE rampage - PressFrom - Australia
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AustraliaSports broadcaster James Brayshaw's son, 22, pleads guilty to punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled NYE rampage

13:50  15 may  2019
13:50  15 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Sports broadcaster James Brayshaw's son, 22, pleads guilty to punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled NYE rampage© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Henry Brayshaw, son of a prominent broadcaster James Brayshaw (pictured together) has pleaded guilty to punching and threatening a man in a drug-fuelled New Year's Eve rampage The son of a prominent broadcaster has pleaded guilty to punching and threatening a man during a drug-fuelled New Year's Eve rampage.

Henry Brayshaw, 22, faced the Frankston Magistrates Court on charges of unlawful assault, recklessly causing injury, criminal damage and drug possession in relation to the January 1 incident, The Herald Sun reported.

Brayshaw gate-crashed celebrations at real estate director Jeremy Fox's multi-million dollar mansion in Portsea, south of Melbourne, before harassing female guests.

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When Mr Fox attempted to escort the young man from his home, Brayshaw punched him at the door, he also threatened to glass Mr Fox with a bottle.

Video was shared online of the aftermath of the punch showing Brayshaw standing in the yard as Mr Fox urges him to leave.

However, Brayshaw stood his ground and taunted Mr Fox before ripping a light fixture from the garden and throwing it at him.

After being hit by the light, Mr Fox chased Brayshaw out of the yard.

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The court heard that Brayshaw then threatened Mr Fox with a windscreen wiper he tore from a neighbour's car.

It was revealed Brayshaw was high on magic mushrooms at the time of the incident and had been battling a cocaine habit for months beforehand.

Soon after the altercation Brayshaw admitted himself to a rehabilitation program for five weeks and underwent another four weeks of treatment as an outpatient.

Sports broadcaster James Brayshaw's son, 22, pleads guilty to punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled NYE rampage© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Brayshaw gatecrashed celebrations at real estate director Jeremy Fox's multi-million dollar mansion in Portsea, south of Melbourne, before harassing female guests

His defence lawyer, Chris Triscott, said his client had a clean record before the incident and had lead a normal life with good academic results.

Mr Triscott said Brayshaw had also deferred his teaching studies in order to focus completely on his drug rehabilitation.

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Magistrate Tim Gattuso took Brayshaw's history into consideration and chose to impose a 12-month good behaviour bond and a $750 fine.

'That is a course I'd rarely take on a charge of recklessly cause injury,' Magistrate Gattuso told Brayshaw during sentencing.

'This is no doubt a night you will regret, you no doubt made a significant nuisance of yourself.

Sports broadcaster James Brayshaw's son, 22, pleads guilty to punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled NYE rampage© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Magistrate Tim Gattuso took Brayshaw's history into consideration and chose to impose a 12-month good behaviour bond and a $750 fine

'I'm giving you this opportunity. Please ensure you continue your treatment.'

However, if Brayshaw reoffends during his good behaviour period he will be re-sentenced for the incident.

Sports broadcaster James Brayshaw's son, 22, pleads guilty to punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled NYE rampage© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Henry Brayshaw is the son of James Brayshaw (pictured), a retired Australian cricketer, 57, who now works in the media on television and radio Henry Brayshaw is the son of James, a retired Australian cricketer, 57, who now works on television and radio.

He used to host The Footy Show on Channel Nine before switching to Channel Seven where he is one of the station's main cricket presenters.

His nephews Angus, Andrew and Hamish Brayshaw are all AFL players at Melbourne, Fremantle and West Coast respectively.

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