AFL Demons’ star Majak Daw charged after allegedly driving unregistered car with a suspended licence

AFL Demons’ star Majak Daw charged after allegedly driving unregistered car with a suspended licence

AFL star Majak Daw was allegedly busted driving with a suspended licence last year.

Daw was also allegedly driving an unregistered vehicle when he was pulled over by police on November 19 on Melbourne’s Chapel Street.

The 31-year-old, who joined the Melbourne Demons last March, is expected to face court over the charges next week.

A Victorian police spokesman confirmed in a statement to Daily Mail Australia a man was charged with traffic offences after being ‘intercepted’ in Windsor.

‘The interception occurred on Chapel Street on Friday 19 November around 12.25am,’ the spokesperson said.

‘A 31-year-old South Melbourne man was charged with driving whilst his licence was suspended and driving an unregistered car.’

Although Daw, who has a young son, Hendrix, is set to appear in court on Monday, it is understood his case may be adjourned until next month.

His charges comes four years after a horror 25-metre fall from Melbourne’s Bolte Bridge.

The footballer has spoken publicly about the mental health battles he has fought throughout his life.

In December of 2018 Daw appeared to be living the dream as a well paid and admired professional athlete in footy-mad Victoria.

But while heavily intoxicated and after a fight with his then partner, Emily McKay, he tried to take his life by jumping off the Bolte Bridge.

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