Ex-private school thug Nick Drummond is finally paying a price for his 'appalling' violent behaviour after a court let him off scot-free despite him admitting his guilt.
Drummond, 20, branded a young woman a 'sl*t' in a bar and told her to 'put her t*** away' before later punching her in the face and telling her to 'f*** off'.
The same night last December, he also coward punched a random stranger in the back of the head outside a bar.
But the former Knox Grammar student escaped without punishment or conviction when he appeared at the District Court earlier this week, sparking a furious backlash.
Now the promising football star and junior soccer coach has been dumped by his football club after they were disgusted by the reports of his behaviour.
And the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions revealed they are also reviewing the verdict in his case with a view to lodging an appeal.
Ex-private school thug Nick Drummond (seen here with his mother Linda) is finally paying a price for his 'appalling' violent behaviour after a court let him off Scot-free despite admitting his guilt
Drummond, 20, branded a young woman a 'sl*t' in a bar and told her to 'put her t*** away' before later punching her in the face and telling her to 'f*** off'. (PIctured, the woman later revealed her outfit on the night she was attacked, as seen here)
Drummond played for both the U20s side and the senior men's NPL2 side for Northern Tigers as an attacking midfielder, where he impressed on the pitch.
But on Thursday, the club axed Drummond, from Wahroonga in Sydney's wealthy upper North Shore, after reading the reports of his behaviour.
'We are extremely disappointed and do not condone Mr Drummond's behaviour,' said club boss Edward Ferguson.
'In accordance with our club values and culture, we have a zero-tolerance policy for incidents such as this.'
Nick Drummond (pictured) got away with punching a woman in the face and was back at work as a junior soccer coach on Wednesday. He's now been dumped by his football club
The officer of the Director of Public Prosecutions also told Daily Mail Australia were considering re-opening his case over the furious reaction to Judge Richard Sutherland's decision not to record a conviction.
'The Office is presently considering the Court's decision,' said a spokesman.
'There are only limited avenues of appeal available to the prosecution from hearings of this type.'
Nick Drummond (pictured front, centre, with his family in 2013 including mother Linda and father David) and his twin sister are the youngest in the family, with two older sisters and a brother
Promising footballer future Nick Drummond (pictured) is finally paying a price for his 'appalling' thuggish behaviour
The action comes in the wake of growing public anger at the leniency shown to the ex-private school boy and the judge's comments.
The judge said the incidents were sparked by Drummond's 'loose tongue and loose thoughts' and excessive alcohol use.
Judge Richard Sutherland added: '[He made] a lewd and completely inappropriate remark towards someone he didn't know but whose dress might have been perceived by a former student of Knox to be provocative.'
The verdict and comments sparked outrage, coming after the budding star and children's soccer coach insisted his role as a mentor to kids would be put in doubt if he was convicted of the attacks.
On Wednesday, Drummond - who has a twin sister and two older sisters and a brother - was back training children at a