WAG reveals the vile messages her AFL star husband copped from fans after he suffered a concussion mid-match – and how he even receives death threats
- Mitch Duncan has been abused online after suffering a concussion mid-game
- His wife Demi defended her husband online after a ‘fan’ called him weak as p***
- The mother-of-two also revealed they both received regular death threats
The wife of AFL star Mitch Duncan has defended her husband after he received an onslaught of abusive messages online.
The Geelong star received a series of vile messages after suffering a concussion during a game against Gold Coast on Saturday.
Duncan’s wife Demi uploaded a screenshot of the shocking texts a disgruntled punter sent her husband on Instagram.
The wife of AFL star Mitch Duncan took to social media to blast a ‘fan’ for claiming her husband’s concussion cost them money
The Cat’s wingman suffered a nasty knock to the head after he was tackled by Gold Coast defender Nick Holman just before halftime
The ‘fan’ described the wingman as ‘weak as fkn p***’ and a ‘pussy’, claiming Duncan’s tumble had cost them money.
‘Cost me 1k am expecting to be reimbursed,’ the social media user wrote, adding ‘he may be good but you can’t buy a heart’.
The mother-of-two also revealed some keyboard warriors went as far as sending the couple death threats in connection to gambling.
‘Wow. What a delightful message for my husband to receive,’ Demi wrote.
‘We have been inundated with amazing messages from sooooo many people. I’ve never had so many DMs. Thank you I literally can’t reply to everyone.
‘Luckily those type of messages don’t bother Mitch. Like they obviously bother me but these messages happen all the time.
‘Some are even death threats which is just appalling.’
Demi urged her social media following to think twice before sending someone an abusive message online.
The mother-of-two also revealed some keyboard warriors went as far as sending the couple death threats in connection to gambling
The couple were married in February of 2019 and share two young children, Oliver and Scarlet
‘Some people don’t have the mental capacity to deal with reading disgusting messages, so please think before you act as a keyboard warrior!’
The Cat’s player suffered a nasty knock to the head after he was tackled by Gold Coast defender Nick Holman just before half-time.
The AFL star could be seen lying motionless on the turf of the GMHBA Stadium before clambering to his feet and walking with some assistance to the bench.
Duncan’s teammate Zach Guthrie replaced him for the second half.
The couple were married in February of 2019 and share two young children, Oliver and Scarlet.