Former Deputy PM Michael McCormack’s son Nicholas James McCormack has been charged over an alleged assault in the inner Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst.
Nicholas is a 26-year-old police officer whom New South Wales police arrested at 1 a.m. on Saturday in response to an assault report on William Street. The police took him to Kings Cross Police Station in New South Wales state.
The Downing Centre Local Court has charged with four counts of assault. Three of which were common assaults and one of which was domestic violence. The court released him on conditional bail and ordered him to appear at Downing Centre Local Court on December 13.
Nicholas McCormack is the youngest son of Michael McCormack. Michael is the former National leader who served as deputy prime minister from 2018 to 2021.
However, Michael did not respond to multiple approaches despite several requests for comment on the alleged matter. Paul McGirr is the lawyer of Nicholas who stated his client’s allegations were a “contested matter”. There is more evidence to follow.
The New South Wales Police Department says it is reviewing the employment status of Nicholas. He is a constable and assigned to a special command unit.
Nicholas McCormack joined the police force in December 2020 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. At the moment, his father and former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison were present.
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