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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Penrith's Tyrone May has been charged under revenge porn laws and stood down by the NRL

    Penrith's Tyrone May has been charged under revenge porn laws and stood down by the NRL


    The Panthers play-maker turned himself into police regarding the game's latest sex footage scandal.

    May declined to be interviewed but was charged with two counts of recording an intimate image without consent and two counts of disseminating an image without consent.

    Under New South Wales law, offenders face up to three years in jail and an $11,000 fine.

    The NRL have issued a statement saying May was subject to its new no-fault stand down policy that was approved by the ARL commission last week.

    NRL CEO Todd Greenberg says the organisation is making no judgement on his position.

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