A mixed martial arts fighter who bashed his ex-fiancee because she brought home the wrong noodles for dinner will not spend a day in jail.
Julian 'Julz the Jackal' Wallace walked free from Newtown Local Court on Wednesday after a magistrate handed him two suspended sentences for the April 28 assault.
The heavily tattooed 28-year-old was sentenced to 15 months jail for assault occasioning actual bodily harm and seven months for intentionally choking with recklessness.
Mixed martial arts fighter Julian 'Julz the Jackal' Wallace, who brutally bashing his ex-fiance because she got the wrong noodles for dinner, wil not spend a day in jail
The beating left the victim Jessy Jess with a cut lip and bruising on her neck and face
Wallace, who pleaded guilty in October, winked and blew a kiss to the media as his sentence was read out, and said before the hearing the victim Jessy Jess was 'to blame', according to the Daily Telegraph.
The beating left Ms Jess with a cut lip and bruising on her neck and face.
Magistrate Margaret Quinn said Wallace, whose legal name is Julian Rabaud. had a 'very difficult background' and appeared to be a person of 'good character'.
Wallace own a hipster barber shop in Sydney's inner-western suburb of Newtown, and made national headlines earlier this year for banning women from entering the store and accepting only men as customers.
He had previously posted naked photos of Ms Jess online and threatened to release a sex tape in retaliation for her revealing details of the assault.
Wallace walked free from Newtown Local Court on Wednesday with a pair of concurrent suspended sentences for the April 28 assault
The hipster barber shop owner posting naked photos of Ms Jess (pictured together) online and threatening to release a sex tape in retaliation for her revealing details of the assault
Wallace posted the images to Facebook on October 3, claiming he was a victim in the 'violent' relationship, and that he only pleaded guilty to 'save money'.
He also posted screenshots of private conversations between the couple, before deleteing the posts and his account amid a heavy backlash.
Wallace fled to the U.S. soon after, where Ms Jess had moved after the attack to start a new life, leading police to be concerned he was avoiding justice.
The heavily tattooed 28-year-old got 15 months jail for assault occasioning actual bodily harm and seven months for intentionally choking with recklessness
Ms Jess, also an MMA fighter, said the sentencing was a 'slap on the wrist'
Wallace's MMA contract was torn up after he admitted