Aussie actor and former Mr Universe, Calum Von Moger, suffered serious injuries after plunging from a second-storey window earlier this month. 

Von Moger was immediately taken to hospital, and was put into an induced coma to help him survive. Fortunately, the actor is conscious again able to communicate. However, photos of the scene of the incident were leaked, showing that his house was trashed just before his injuries occured.

During the search, officers also found a shoulder bag containing a small deal bag of meth as well as a stash of illegal testosterone, needles, three containers of cannabis oil, a bag of white crystal powder and various prescription drugs, including Viagra.

A further search turned up his illicit stash of testosterone, needles, three containers of cannabis oil, another bag of white crystal powder and an assortment of prescription drugs, including Viagra.

Von Moger appeared in court today via video link and pleaded guilty to possessing a number of drugs, including testosterone, cannabis and methamphetamine.

Audio from the case shows von Moger denying that the Meth belonged to him.

“I found that deal bag in the back and freaked out because I don’t use it. I knew it belonged to someone so I put it in my wallet to either give it back or throw it away,” he told the court, according to The Daily Mail.

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‘The shoulder bag isn’t mine. I was driving friends around all weekend, and they were using drugs and left it. It’s not mine but I know I was in possession of it.”

However, von Moger did admit that the testosterone belonged to him, and explained that – after extensive use – he needs it to function properly.

“I no longer produce it naturally and need to have it to be normal,” von Moger told police.

“I use the testosterone weekly to keep my levels stable. I use the cannabis oil to help me settle and sleep.”

Von Moger played a younger version of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 2018 film Bigger and has a Netflix documentary titled Calum von Moger: Unbroken on Netflix which premiered in 2019.

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