Shocking video has emerged showing disgraced former AFL player Justin Murphy taunting his ex-girlfriend with the same blowtorch he used to burn her finger off.
It comes more than a year after Murphy held Jill Scott face down into a couch and burned her finger so badly it needed to be amputated.
The naked football player, who spent six months in prison for his crimes, can be seen blowing the torch out the front of the 44-year-old’s house.
Disgraced former AFL player Justin Murphy (pictured) taunted his ex-girlfriend with the blowtorch he used to burn her finger off
More than a year after Murphy held Jill Scott (pictured) face down into a couch and burned her finger off, footage has emerged of the football player taking aim at Ms Scott again
Ms Scott’s finger had to be amputated (pictured) last year after the ‘evil’ ordeal described as a ‘campaign of terror’
The former sportsman can be seen peering through a window before taunting his former partner with the blowtorch in what was described as a ‘campaign of terror’.
‘Justin, you need to stop,’ Ms Scott can be heard saying.
‘Oh my god, he’s setting the house alight.’
The video continues to show Murphy naked as he holds a pillow at his crotch and stumbles erratically.
Murphy was released from prison in October last year after pleading guilty to 28 charges including stalking and threatening to kill.
Since the player was released, Ms Scott said she has noticed strange things happening around her house, forcing her to move out and couch surf.
The video continues to show Murphy naked as he holds a pillow at his crotch and acts erratically (pictured)
The disgraced sportsman, who played 185 games with four AFL clubs, can be seen peering through a window before taunting his former partner with the blowtorch
Murphy was released from prison in October last year after pleading guilty to 28 charges including stalking and threatening to kill
‘I’m going from couch to couch, which is a position I’d never thought I’d see myself in but to get away safely, that’s what I need to do right now,’ she told the Herald Sun.
‘The ordeal hasn’t stopped. I need to put this behind me.
‘No one is capable of destroying my life because I’ll just get up again.’
At the time of the horrific ordeal, Ms Scott described the act as ‘evil’ which left her waking up ‘screaming’.
Murphy played 185 games for four AFL clubs including Carlton and Essendon and Ms Scott said the football organisation had a problem turning young men into heroes.
‘Get real. Start to focus on this stuff, women are getting glassed, women are losing their fingers. Do something about it before one of these women gets killed and becomes a statistic,’ she told the publication.