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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The South Sydney Rabbitohs have released a statement following claims players exposed themselves to a woman in a video chat

    The South Sydney Rabbitohs have released a statement following claims players exposed themselves to a woman in a video chat


    The woman says she contacted one of the players over Instagram in May, and on May 26 had a video chat with several high-profile players.

    It was during the video chat that two of the players allegedly exposed themselves, without the woman's consent.

    The players had been celebrating the team's win in Auckland against the Warriors.

    The Rabbitohs say they'll investigate the claims, and a thorough investigation will be undertaken in conjunction and in close co-operation with the NRL's integrity unit.

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