Majak Daw Bio
Majak Daw is a professional footballer playing for the North Melbourne Kangaroos in the Australian Football League. Daw and his family in Australia are refugees from the civil wars in Sudan.
Majak Daw Quick Facts
He was born on 11 March 1991 in Khartoum, Sudan
|Age||28 Years old|
|Awards||Bronze Star Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross , Air Medal|
|Siblings||Ajak Daw, Teresa Daw, Mary Daw, Anthony Daw, Sarah Daw, Angelina Daw|
Daw was born in Khartoum, Sudan, the third of his parents’ nine children. His family fled the Second Sudanese Civil War, living in Egypt for three years, then moved to Australia in 2003. Majak attended school at MacKillop College in Werribee.
Majak signed a contract with North Melbourne in the 2009 AFL Draft. Moreover, his family in Australia are refugees from the civil wars in Sudan. Daw’s career started with playing for VFL club Werribee at North Melbourne.
Recently, the player had an argument with his girlfriend (name not available). Later, he took sleeping pills Stilnox on 17 December 2018. In fact, Majak drove to Melbourne’s Bolte Bridge afterwards.
The situation became serious when the player jumped into the Yarra River. In addition, his car was found on the vehicle-only bridge. Majak suffered catastrophic injuries, breaking hips and pelvis. Fortunately, the player survived the fall.
Sexual assault charge
On 1 July 2014, Daw was charged with three counts of rape relating to an alleged sexual assault incident in Altona North in 2007.
He had been previously arrested and interviewed over the allegations in May 2014.
Daw denied the allegations, while North Melbourne stated that he would remain available for selection.
On 3 December 2015, Daw was found not guilty on all counts.