Teenage party boy and Ninja Warrior contestant Corey Worthington charged with savage assault
Legendary party boy Corey Worthington is back in the spotlight after being charged over a savage assault.
Now 31, Worthington was charged by crime investigation unit detectives with a charge of intentionally causing injury and is set to face Geelong Magistrates’ Court – in Victoria’s south-west – in May.
Worthington became a global sensation when he was just 16 for throwing an out-of-control party at his parents’ Narre Warren home while his mum Jo and stepfather Stephen Delaney were holidaying on the Gold Coast in 2008.
A public court listing shows Worthington has not yet engaged a lawyer to represent him at the upcoming hearing.
It remains unclear how the allegations by police against Worthington are put.
Daily Mail Australia contacted Worthington on Thursday, but he did not respond.
A virtual pioneer of the powers of social media, Worthington put an open invitation to his 2008 party on MySpace, leading to more than 500 people descending on the house on a Saturday evening.
A riot soon broke out as revellers pelted police with broken bottles, damaging cars and surrounding property.
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