Australian Rugby League: Jarryd Hayne Charged With Sexual Assault
Jarryd Hayne who plays in the Australian rugby league has been accused of sexual assault by Australian police.
The 30-year-old is blamed for explicitly attacking a lady in Hunter Valley, north of Sydney, on 30 September.
New South Wales Police said he has been safeguarded pending a court appearance in Burwood on 10 December.
Police said they propelled an examination in the wake of accepting reports a lady had been explicitly struck by a man she met via social media.
The examination is being driven by analysts from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad.
Hayne is at present a free specialist having left the Parramatta Eels toward the finish of the season.
He helped the Eels achieve the 2009 Grand Final, scoring 121 attempts in 214 NRL matches, and has twice won the Dally M Medal granted to the NRL’s player of the year.
Hayne has played 11 Tests for Australia, helping them to win the 2013 World Cup, yet has likewise played for Fiji, where his dad hails from.
He cleared out the Eels to play American football in 2015 with the San Francisco 49ers yet came back to Australia the next year.
— Max Power (@maxpower309) November 19, 2018
Not surprised by the arrest of Jarryd Hayne. I remember 2-3 years back when he aggressively groped by ass at a bar on the coast and later asked if I wanted to join him in the bathroom
— Annja (@AnnjaRichardson) November 19, 2018
#BREAKING: NSW Police have released a statement following Jarryd Hayne’s arrest over an aggravated sexual assault and inflicting actual bodily harm. Hayne has been granted strict conditional bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on Monday 10 December. #9News pic.twitter.com/snKqWIdkbY
— Nine News Australia (@9NewsAUS) November 19, 2018
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