Comedian Reportedly Charged Over Graffiti At Eurydice Dixon's Memorial

According to reports, the man charged for defacing Dixon's memorial was a member of her comedy community.

A Melbourne comedian has allegedly been charged over the offensive graffiti at the Princes Park memorial for Eurydice Dixon.

Dixon, a 22-year-old aspiring comedian, was killed as she walked home from a comedy gig in Melbourne on June 13.

Eurydice had messaged a friend saying she was "almost home safe" before she killed. Image: Facebook

A memorial made of flowers, candles and cards was made in tribute to Dixon, but days after her death, police discovered lewd paint markings at the site in Princes Park.

According to a report by The Age , the man charged over the offense is a fellow Melbourne comedian.

The 31-year-old man has been charged with criminal damage, offensive behavior and marking offensive graffiti, the Age reports, and was bailed by police to face court in August.