MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 19: Sports scientist Stephen Dank walks out of the Melbourne Federal Court on September 19, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. Justice John Middleton was today scheduled to deliver his verdict on the case against ASADA by the Essendon Bombers FC. Essendon challenged the joint AFL-ASADA investigation into the alleged use of banned substances at the club. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Dank’s injuries revealed

Stephen Dank, the controversial sports scientist central to the Essendon and Cronulla drug scandals, has revealed the injuries he sustained when shots were fired into his Melbourne home.

Dank told FOX Sports News that he has a black eye and a badly cut nose, after a bullet grazed the bridge of his nose in the early-Saturday shooting.

He said he and his partner were angry but refused to be intimidated or leave their home.

Police said six shots were fired into Dank’s home in Ascot Vale at 2.20am. An upstairs window was targeted.

Dank was taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition, before being discharged at about 6.30am. Another person in the house during the shooting was unharmed.

Serious Crime Response Team detectives are investigating the incident.