It was great to see that he was much more than just a funny, goof, who only knew how to banter.He was also genuine, intelligent and overall well rounded, good man with plenty to offer.As any “Mob Wives” viewer knows, dating an inmate is a long, hard road with limited calls, and almost no physical contact.
Those grafts are now tightening up and causing him considerable pain,” Mr Gibson said.
He asked for the plea hearing to be adjourned while the attack on Davies was investigated and a psychiatric report was carried out on his client.
It is understood that charges are not expected to be levelled in the attack on Davies.
Crown prosecutor Mark Rochford argued against the request, saying the plea hearing set for September 21 could not be delayed.
Mr Gibson told the Supreme Court of Victoria that Davies had been attacked while in custody in Port Phillip Prison in July.