Married At First Sight’s millionaire groom is accused of stalking and assaulting a woman

Millionaire and former Married At First Sight star Justin Fischer has been charged with two counts of assault – one of those involving a woman.

The soft serve king was part of the 2018 MAFS cast, but his union with Carly Bowyer was short and not very sweet, ending as most of the show’s marriages do – in disaster.

Since then Fischer, 43, unlike some of his more fame hungry co-stars, has faded largely into obscurity – until now.

Trouble: Millionaire and former Married At First Sight star Justin Fischer (pictured) has been charged with two counts of assault - one of those involving a woman

Late last year, the divorced father-of-two was charged with two counts of assault along with the offence of stalking and intimidation.

In NSW, the offence of intimidation or stalking carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment.

Fischer appeared in court on December 26 and was remanded on bail to a date this year, where a formal plea will be entered.

Claim to fame: The soft serve king was part of the 2018 MAFS cast, but his union with Carly Bowyer was short and not very sweet, ending as most of the show's marriages do - in disaster

Along with the charges, Fischer was issued with an interim Apprehended Violence Order on behalf of Andrew and Natalia Burton, the two alleged victims of the claimed assault.

Court documents supplied to Daily Mail Australia refer to these claims.

It’s unclear what the background is to these criminal charges or what the relationship is between Fischer and the Burtons.

Charges: Late last year, the divorced father-of-two was charged with two counts of assault along with the offence of stalking and intimidation

Fischer has been ordered not to ‘assault or threaten’ the pair, ‘stalk, harass or intimidate them or intentionally or recklessly destroy any of their property’.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Fischer for additional comment.

This isn’t the first time the unlucky-in-love MAFS star has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Out on bail: Fischer appeared in court on December 26 and was remanded on bail to a date this year, where a formal plea will be entered

In 2019, it was reported that Fischer had been banned from managing companies for three years.

Fischer was disqualified by The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) after acting as the ‘shadow director’ for two Queensland companies that went into liquidation.

ASIC found that Fischer did not act in the best interests of the failed companies, which owed $543,000 to creditors.

Victims: Along with the charges, Fischer was issued with an interim Apprehended Violence Order on behalf of Andrew and Natalia Burton, the two alleged victims of the claimed assault