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Karl Stefanovic is involved in a police investigation into the alleged attack


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Today’s show Presenter Karl Stefanovic has been blamed by the media for the attack, which reportedly took place during a charity event in Brisbane.

The 48-year-old attended the event in Newstead with his wife Jasmine in August to help raise money and awareness for melanoma treatment.

Courier mail reports that a waiter at the Mercedes-Benz Cancer Gala claimed that Stefanovic “touched” him and reported it to the police.

A spokesman for Queensland Police had no comment but said New daily police were investigating a report of an alleged incident in Newstead that day.

“Queensland Police are investigating a report of an alleged assault on a man at a business in Newstead during an event on Saturday, August 20,” a spokesman said.

“As the investigation is ongoing, it would be inappropriate to comment further.”

News Corp reports that the Nine Network is not commenting and Stefanovic’s lawyers have been approached for comment but have declined.

Stefanovich posted a photo of himself with event organizer Gina Savage. Photo: Instagram

Australian The newspaper reports that it contacted several participants who did not see the altercation.

One person who was there told the newspaper that Carl was in good spirits and “really was a legend the whole time.”

“It seemed that everything was cool, I even saw him leave at the end with everyone, saying goodbye as if nothing had happened. I definitely did not see any incident during the event,” the publication quotes.

The fundraiser, organized by The Six-Hour Project, raised $290,000 for the Mater Foundation and the Melanoma Institute of Australia.

The Six Hour Project highlights the fact that one Australian dies every six hours from melanoma and it is “seeking to change this devastating statistic”.

Stefanovic and wife Jasmin (left) support the Six-Hour Project event. Photo: Instagram

The six-hour Melanoma Night dinner was the main fundraiser of the year.

Carl and his wife posted photos from the event, in which Carl is pictured with organizer and melanoma survivor Gina Savage, who he interviewed for the show.

“Gina, courage, resilience and beauty. We just raised the roof for you, your battles, your charity and everyone fighting melanoma,” he wrote.

Jasmin posted a photo of the pair “honoring the incredible @ginasavage1 and all those battling melanoma”

“Such grace, courage and light, an inspiration to so many,” she wrote.

Stefanovic was recently in London covering the Queen’s funeral and returned to Australia on Wednesday.


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