Australian actor and former Mr Universe Calum von Moger was left fighting for his life after jumping through a second storey window on Friday.

Now, images released by from the scene show that his house was trashed before the life-threatening incident occurred.

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Von Moger allegedly jumped out of the window last week and was put in an induced coma following immediate surgery. He has since awoken and is reportedly in a stable condition, according to former colleague Steve Greenberg of The Vladar Company.

The eerie images show that three windows were damaged at his Melbourne house, where he jumped out of the window, as well as a torn up pet bed sitting below the broken first-floor window.

According to reports, friends of the bodybuilder claim that he was under the influence of drugs at the time of the incident. “I hope this is rock bottom for him and he can get his life back,” Fellow bodybuilder and Youtuber Nick Trigilli said

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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Fans have flooded the comments section of von Moger’s latest Instagram post to send their well wishes.

“Praying for you man. You were my first inspiration with fitness and I’m hoping you get through these hard times,” one wrote. Another commented, “Bro we love you and we’re all here for you. Keep your head up man there are better days. Surround your self with the people that love you the most”.

If you or somebody you care for needs help or information about depression, suicide, anxiety, or mental health issues, contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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