Calum Von Moger allegedly leaped through a second-story window, injuring his back and requiring surgery, according to early accounts.
Calum Von Moger is in the ICU after allegedly jumping through a second-story window and suffering significant injuries.
On Friday, May 6th, various sources and internet publications announced the news. Generation Iron is in direct contact with Calum Von Moger’s family and friends in Australia as of this writing. Calum von Moger underwent surgery and is currently recovering, according to Generation Iron.
Calum Von Moger, according to initial reports, was just evicted from his family’s home in Australia. Von Moger has previously been reported to have run afoul of the law, including incidences of road rage and carrying a firearm. While it has not been proved, there have been reports that Von Moger had been addicted to methamphetamine.
More information on this narrative is being provided to Generation Iron from family, friends, and local Australian sources. According to reports, Calum Von Moger was under the influence of drugs when he leaped through a second-story window, suffering numerous injuries from the glass. After tumbling to the ground, he had a spine injury that necessitated immediate medical attention. He is currently in the intensive care unit.
Calum Von Moger has been out of the bodybuilding spotlight for the past year after returning to Australia, where he quickly ran into legal troubles. Shortly after, Von Moger released a video apologizing for his actions and promising to seek help and work toward recovery.
The Rollercoaster Journey of Calum Von Moger
Calum Von Moger was in the process of entering the IFBB Pro League for Classic Physique before returning to Australia. He received his pro card in 2020, but has yet to compete in a professional bodybuilding competition. Calum Von Moger had to heal for a long time after suffering a major bicep injury that nearly terminated his bodybuilding career.
The documentary feature film Calum Von Moger: Unbroken tracked his whole recuperation and return to competitive bodybuilding.
Calum Von Moger was noted for his remarkable classic body that resembled Arnold Schwarzenegger before entering the professional space.
As a result, he was given the moniker Arnold 2.0.
Along with his adventurous lifestyle, his videos got widespread on the internet. His popularity led to a brief role in the film Bigger, in which he played a teenage Arnold Schwarzenegger.
This is a developing story. As soon as new information becomes available, Generation Iron will post it. During this sad time, Generation Iron would like to send Calum Von Moger, his family, and friends our best wishes, thoughts, and prayers.
Calum Von Moger injury explained
Calum Von Moger, an Australian actor and bodybuilder, was hospitalized after allegedly jumping from a second-story window. On Friday, the incident occurred.
Calum Von Moger has several injuries to his spine, according to early reports, and is being treated in intensive care.
Von Moger was previously charged with affray, criminal injury, and drug possession, including cannabis, testosterone, and methamphetamine (ice) on January 31, 2022.
Early reports allege that Calum Von Moger has jumped through a second story window, injured his spine, and is currently in the ICU. pic.twitter.com/JPhKCbWX3v— Leroy Tall (@Bulkamaniauk) May 6, 2022
Calum Von Moger’s spine injury, according to Twitter messages, could render him paralyzed. He was severely injured in the spine, resulting in many ailments.
Calum Von Moger was recently evicted from his family’s house in Australia, according to Generationiron.
Von Moger has been accused of breaking the law before, including incidents of road rage and carrying a firearm. Von Moger has been accused of being addicted to methamphetamine.
Calum Von Moger allegedly leaped from a second-story window while under the influence of narcotics, according to sources.
The glass has caused him several cuts. He received a spinal injury when he fell to the ground.
Calum had previously undergone surgery to fix his bicep muscle, allowing him to fully recuperate and return to gym training.