Essendon Football Club star Michael Hurley has appeared in court to apologise for not complying with a magistrate’s order over a “vicious” assault.
Hurley pleaded guilty two years ago to assaulting a taxi driver after the Bomber champion appeared on Channel Nine’s Footy Show.
A magistrate described Hurley and others as “violent hoons” over what he called a “particularly nasty” assault.
The magistrate, Charlie Rozencwajg, put Hurley on a two-year undertaking to be of good behaviour and ordered him to donate $10,000 to The Lighthouse Foundation.
He was also ordered to undergo a positive lifestyle program with the Salvation Army.
Hurley appeared this morning in Melbourne Magistrate’s Court where his solicitor Tony Hargreaves said his client apologised for not complying in time to complete the course. Mr Hargreaves said the course had now been completed.
Melbourne magistrate Michelle Ehrlich told Hurley she had read two documents supplied to the court and then dismissed the bond on the basis that he had complied with its conditions.
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