Aussie Twitch streamer MrDeadMoth charged over alleged livestreamed assault

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A man playing the video game Fortnite has been charged with assaulting his partner after the alleged incident was watched by other gamers during a livestream.

The man was taken to Narellan Police Station where he was charged with common assault. Then, what appears to be the sound of a slap can be heard off camera.

"No computer, I'm sick of this shit", a woman's voice is heard to respond.

"Don't hit me in the face", she said. The wife's screams indicated that she was being hit in the face.

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"A man has been charged after the alleged assault of a Camden woman was captured as he livestreamed to an online gaming site", the NSW Police recently confirmed in a Facebook post.

In the deeply upsetting clip, you can hear MrDeadMoth getting increasingly agitated with his partner for talking to him during his stream, before leaving his chair and approaching her, which is when the alleged abuse occurs.

The argument between the two continued until Moth, who was visibly angry at this point, again goes off camera.

The wife, a 21-year-old woman from western Sydney, later tells her husband she isn't going to leave until she makes her point and he apologises to her.

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The pair continue to argue until Munday allegedly snaps again, screaming: 'F*** off you dog, you don't pay the bills'.

Footage of the incident went viral after it was shared thousands of times on social media.

The man has been granted bail and will appear in court on Thursday. Police also served him with an order which prohibits him from harassing, threatening and intimidating behaviour.

Two children, a 20-month-old and a three-year-old, were in the home.

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