Comedian charged with defacing Eurydice Dixon murder scene

His reasoning is shocking.

A man has been charged with vandalising a memorial honouring Melbourne murder victim Eurydice Dixon

Comedian Andrew Nolch is due to face court next month after being arrested and charged with spray painting lewd graffiti on the spot where Dixon’s body was found last month at a Melbourne park.

Nolch claims it was ‘not a personal attack’ but ‘purely an attack on feminism, on mainstream media,’ The Age reports. 

It’s believed Mr Nolch is known among Dixon’s friends. 

(Credit: Andrew Nolch/Facebook)

Mr Nolch claimed feminism and mainstream media had hijacked ‘a vaccine-causing issue’, which he claims is autism, and turned it into a women’s right’s issue where ‘men are bad’.

On social media following Ms Dixon’s death, Mr Nolch wrote on Facebook: ‘The mainstream media is running a brainwashing program which is designed to make everyone think that males are bad’. 

‘I was upset that vaccines caused the killers autism.’

Mr Nolch, who said he won’t fight his charges, is scheduled to appear in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on August 10 after being granted bail.  

Facebook/Eurydice Dixon
(Credit: Facebook/Eurydice Dixon)

The vandalism came just days after 22-year-old Eurydice Dixon’s body was found in the middle of a soccer pitch in Carlton North. 

A 19-year old man was charged with one count each of murder and rape.

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This article originally appeared on New Idea.

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