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Masterchef’s George Calombaris faces court sentencing

  • George Calombaris will learn his fate after pleading guilty to assaulting a teen
  • The 38-year-old was charged following the A-League grand final in Sydney
  • Calombaris, a Victory supporter, apologised the day after the grand final 
  • He will be sentenced in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Friday  

MasterChef judge George Calombaris will learn his fate after pleading guilty to assaulting a teenager following the A-League grand final in Sydney.

The 38-year-old Network Ten personality was charged in May with assaulting the 19-year-old man at the grand final between Melbourne Victory and the ultimate winners, Sydney FC, at Allianz Stadium.

Calombaris, a Victory supporter, apologised the day after the grand final, saying he was disappointed he had let the heckling of Sydney fans get to him.

Nervous MasterChef star George Calombaris (pictured) fronts court in three-piece suit to learn his fate for assaulting a teenager, 19, at the A-League Grand Final

The 38-year-old Network Ten personality was charged in May with the assault charge 

The 38-year-old Network Ten personality was charged in May with the assault charge 

In a statement he said he was offended by a spectator telling abusive comments about his family  

In a statement he said he was offended by a spectator telling abusive comments about his family  

‘I was offended by a spectator yelling out abusive and derogatory comments about my family,’ he said in a statement.

He will be sentenced in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Friday.  

The famed chef was seen wearing a three-piece suit with a pair of spectacles hanging from the pocket

The famed chef was seen wearing a three-piece suit with a pair of spectacles hanging from the pocket

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