Karl Stefanovic looked like he had no worries as he took a walk with his two-year-old daughter after he was accused of “touching” a male waiter at a gala dinner.
The Today presenter, 48, was all smiles while walking his daughter Harper in Sydney on Friday afternoon.
Karl was pictured walking down the street with his daughter on his shoulders before holding her hand as she crossed the road.
It comes after Queensland Police on Thursday confirmed they were investigating Karl after he allegedly assaulted a man during a melanoma campaign at the Mercedes-Benz showroom in Brisbane’s Newstead on Aug. 20.
Karl Stefanovic was all smiles during a walk with his two-year-old daughter in Sydney (pictured)
The Today Show host (pictured) is currently under investigation for an alleged attack in Queensland during a fund-raising campaign
It is clear that the waiter filed a complaint after he was allegedly touched by Stefanovic, who was present with his wife, Jasmine Yarbrough.
The father of four has not been charged and has yet to respond to the claims, including requests from Daily Mail Australia.
The TV host ignored the alleged incident fully during co-hosting Today on Friday morning.
However, footage of the event – which was called ‘A Night For Melanoma’ and was run by the charity group The Six Hour Project – has surfaced online.
The video shows Karl giving a very awkward rendition of a 1970s disco hit while hosting the extravagant charity gala – before being accused of ‘touching’ a waiter at the same event.
Karl Stefanovic (pictured with his wife, Jasmine Yarbrough, at the August event) reportedly ‘touched’ a male waiter during a melanoma fundraiser at the Mercedes-Benz showroom in Brisbane’s Newstead on August 20. He has not been charged
In a chilling video, Stefanovic was seen wearing a white baseball cap as he danced and attempted to sing Chic’s “Le Freak” in an effort to encourage the 350 guests to join him on the dance floor during the six-hour event.
“Come on the tables,” he yelled, busting disco moves in a suit and bow tie, holding a microphone.
“Get up,” he beckoned, beckoning the people in the audience to dance with him.
Stefanovic was also pictured mingling with guests and posing for photos with organizers and fans at the gala, which raised a massive $290,000 for melanoma research.
Footage from the event shows the TV host wearing a baseball cap (pictured) and giving a chilling rendition of a 1970s disco hit before being charged with ‘touching the waiter’
In the chilling video, Stefanovic is seen dancing and attempting to sing Chic’s “Le Freak” in an effort to encourage the 350 guests to join him on the dance floor during the six-hour event (photo, left and right)
In one photo, the media personality posed next to melanoma patient and event organizer Gina Savage.
“Gina, courage, resilience and beauty,” he wrote on social media.
“We just lifted the roof for you, your fights, your charities and everyone else battling melanoma.”
“Every six hours an Australian dies of melanoma,” the fundraiser’s website read.
“The Six Hour Project is on a mission to change this devastating statistic.”
Ms Savage previously appeared in a Today show interview with Stefanovic to tell the story of her diagnosis before the couple reunited to hold the fundraiser.
The media personality shared a heartfelt post with melanoma patient Gina (pictured side by side at the event)
Pictured: Stefanovic and his wife mingle with the guests at the fundraiser in Newstead on August 20
The allegations come as Stefanovic was pictured at Sydney airport on Wednesday after returning to Australia from England.
The TV presenter was sent to London on September 13 to cover the death of Queen Elizabeth II and her funeral.
On Thursday, the police said The courier post: ‘Queensland Police are investigating a report of the alleged assault of a man in a Newstead case during an event on Saturday 20th August.’
“As investigations are ongoing, it would be inappropriate to comment further.”
The Australian reported that several attendees did not see an altercation and that Stefanovic left the event in good spirits.
“Karl was actually a legend the whole time,” said one.