‘He was completely wired’: James Brayshaw’s son ‘is sent to rehab after punching and threatening to glass and stab a millionaire real estate boss during drug-fuelled rampage’
- James Brayshaw’s son is reportedly in rehab after an alleged assault
- Henry, 21, gatecrashed a New Year’s Eve celebration at a Portsea property, Vic
- He is alleged to have menaced several women during end-of-year celebrations
- After host asked him to repeatedly leave, Mr Brayshaw allegedly turned violent
The son of sports commentator James Brayshaw has reportedly been sent to rehab following an alleged drug-fuelled rampage at a New Year’s Eve party.
Henry Brayshaw, 21, is accused of gatecrashing celebrations at real estate director Jeremy Fox’s multi-million dollar mansion in Portseam, south-east of Melbourne, before allegedly harassing female guests.
‘He was completely wired up on drugs,’ one partygoer told the The Herald Sun.
‘It was a very harrowing experience for the females in the house.’
Mr Brayshaw allegedly assaulted Mr Fox, punching him in the face and threatening to glass him with a bottle.
Henry, 21 (left), is believed to be seeking treatment at a drug rehabilitation facility following a violent end of year celebration
Sports commentator James Brayshaw’s (pictured) son is alleged to have attacked host Jeremy Fox at his multi-million mansion during a New Year’s Eve party
In video footage, Mr Brayshaw calls Mr Fox a ‘fat bastard’ after being told to leave the party at 5am on January 1.
The 21-year-old also pulled out a garden light and threw it on the ground.
Mr Brayshaw appears to be wearing the same pink T-shirt and salmon-coloured shorts he was pictured in on social media on December 31.
Mr Fox races after his alleged attacker, but Mr Brayshaw escapes him.
The footage is allegedly only one of eight incidents, during which Mr Fox asked the guest to leave his property.
In another incident, Mr Brayshaw allegedly tore a windscreen wiper off a parked car on the street.
He then allegedly used the attachment to threaten to stab Mr Fox.
Police have charged Mr Brayshaw with unlawful assault, recklessly causing injury, criminal damage and drug possession.
Mr Brayshaw (second from left) appears to be wearing the same pink T-shirt and salmon-coloured shorts he was pictured in on social media on December 31
He is alleged to have been carrying magic mushrooms, and will front Frankston Magistrates Court on May 15.
He has reportedly been admitted to rehab, according to the Herald Sun.
Henry Brayshaw is the son of James, a retired Australian cricketer, 57, who now works in the media 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 main cricket presenters.
His nephews Angus, Andrew and Hamish Brayshaw are all AFL players at Melbourne, Fremantle and West Coast respectively.
Henry (left) allegedly assaulted the host, punched him in the face and threatened to glass him with a bottle
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