A bikie hardman’s community correction order for assault has been cancelled months before it was set to expire.
Last year Toby Mitchell was placed on a community correction order for an unlawful assault in Melbourne in 2017.
He kicked and stomped on a man’s head after a bar fight in Southbank.
That order was meant to expire in January of next year, but Corrections Victoria had it cancelled four months early.Mitchell appeared at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today dressed in a $3000 tracksuit after spending last night at an unofficial Brownlow party alongside some of football’s biggest names.
His Instagram showed him with Dermott Brereton, Billy Brownless and Anthony Koutoufides.
The Mongols bikie nodded enthusiastically as the magistrate told him he’d done his time.
Corrections Victoria has refused to reveal why it cancelled the order but legal sources have told 9News it’s likely something to do with Mitchell’s health or fears for his safety.
The Magistrate offered to fine the former boxer for only completing one third of his unpaid community work, but the prosecutor said he didn’t want Mitchell punished.
“We would oppose a penalty simply because it is out of Mr Mitchell’s hands,” he said. The outlaw motorcycle member is still recovering from being gunned down in 2011.
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