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Andrew Okeefe Arrested: Why was Andrew Okeefe Arrested? Charges Explained: Former TV host Andrew O’Keef is hitting the headlines nowadays after being arrested for assault charges. Yes, you read it right that the popular television host is getting much attention from the netizens. His arrest news is getting viral on the internet and creating a buzz over there. He was arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman in Sydney. Andrew O’Keefe is one of the most famous and well-known personalities on American television. Many people want to what exactly he has done. The netizens are searching online to get more details about the matter. In this article, we are going to explain to our readers the whole matter. Follow More Update On CmaTrends.com

Andrew Okeefe Arrested

Andrew Okeefe Arrested

Former Seven Network television host named Andrew O’Keefe has been arrested and charged with assault charges in Sydney. As per the reports, he caught a woman by her throat and started punching, kicking pushing her to the floor. He was arrested in the early hours of Thursday when he got into an argument with a 38 years old woman in a Sydney CBD unit on Tuesday, which led to Andrew assaulting the woman. 50 years old former Deal or No Deal host has been accused of grabbing the woman by the throat, pushing and punching her to the floor.

In a statement, New Sout Wales Police stated that he also, “allegedly assaulted the woman a second time – punching and kicking her – before she left the unit”. He has been charged with six crimes including deliberately strangulation, general assault, and actual bodily harm to a person without consent. His bail application has been canceled and is ordered to appear at Central Local Court on Friday (28 January).

Why was Andrew Okeefe Arrested?

Andrew O’Keefe is an Australian television presenter and former lawyer who was born on 01 October 1971 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is well-known as the host of several game shows like The Chase Australia and Deal or No Deal. From 2005 to 2017, he was the co-host of the Weekend Sunrise. He also served as an intellectual property lawyer with law firm Allens Arthur Robinson.

In 2003, he started his television career in the show Big Bite on Channel Seven. In the same year, he started hosting Deal or No Deal. He also hosted The Rich List, the quiz show from 2007 to 2009. In December 2017, he resigned as the host of Weekend Sunrise after 12 years. At the end of 2020, his contract with Channel Seven was expired, and he was replaced by Larry Emdur. He was married and has three children with his partner. In 2017, the couple announced their separation and they divorced in the year 2019. Stay tuned with us for the latest updates.