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Thursday, 20 September 2018

NRL speaks to woman in sext case


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The NRL Integrity Unit has reportedly spoken to the woman at the centre of the sexting scandal that has engulfed the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

According to News Corp, the woman spoke by phone with investigators while travelling in South Africa.

The woman said she stands by her version of events in the emails she sent to the Souths.

It’s understood Sam Burgess has also spoken to investigators as have nine Rabbithohs players about the night in Auckland following the Rabbitohs’ 30-10 win against the Warriors in round 12.

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said on Thursday, the game’s governing body will take their time with investigating the incident and won’t be making any knee-jerk reactions.

Burgess has spoken to investigators.

“We won’t make decisions on the run,” Greenberg said.

“I’m not going to comment specifically on who’s being interviewed and who’s not,” he said.

“But I will say to you, for us to be able to land at a conclusion and complete the investigation, it requires us to try our very hardest to talk to as many people as possible. And that’s what the integrity unit are doing at the moment.”

The NRL boss refused to confirm which players are the subject of the probe, seemingly ruling out the possibility one or more Souths players would be suspended for the grand final qualifier.

“We will pursue a number of different people in the this process,” Greenberg said.

NRL taking their time.

“I’m not prepared to talk about individuals who will be interviewed because it’s not fair to do that.

“You can never control the timing, but you have to let the process run its course. We want to get it right.”

In addition to the investiagation, conspiracy theories over the sexting scandal are starting to swirl especially at Redfern – and the Bunnies are pointing the finger squarely at the Roosters.

According to other reports the woman in question has strong links to the Roosters through her brother.

Souths officials also say that although the incident happened in May and the complaint was made to the Rabbitohs at the time, the woman contacted News Corp only after South Sydney’s loss to the Melbourne Storm, which left them on the Roosters’ side of the draw for a chance to play in the grand final.

The NRL Integrity Unit has reportedly spoken to the woman at the centre of the sexting scandal that has engulfed the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

According to News Corp, the woman spoke by phone with investigators while travelling in South Africa.

The woman said she stands by her version of events in the emails she sent to the Souths.

It’s understood Sam Burgess has also spoken to investigators as have nine Rabbithohs players about the night in Auckland following the Rabbitohs’ 30-10 win against the Warriors in round 12.

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said on Thursday, the game’s governing body will take their time with investigating the incident and won’t be making any knee-jerk reactions.

Burgess has spoken to investigators.

“We won’t make decisions on the run,” Greenberg said.

“I’m not going to comment specifically on who’s being interviewed and who’s not,” he said.

“But I will say to you, for us to be able to land at a conclusion and complete the investigation, it requires us to try our very hardest to talk to as many people as possible. And that’s what the integrity unit are doing at the moment.”

The NRL boss refused to confirm which players are the subject of the probe, seemingly ruling out the possibility one or more Souths players would be suspended for the grand final qualifier.

“We will pursue a number of different people in the this process,” Greenberg said.

NRL taking their time.

“I’m not prepared to talk about individuals who will be interviewed because it’s not fair to do that.

“You can never control the timing, but you have to let the process run its course. We want to get it right.”

In addition to the investiagation, conspiracy theories over the sexting scandal are starting to swirl especially at Redfern – and the Bunnies are pointing the finger squarely at the Roosters.

According to other reports the woman in question has strong links to the Roosters through her brother.

Souths officials also say that although the incident happened in May and the complaint was made to the Rabbitohs at the time, the woman contacted News Corp only after South Sydney’s loss to the Melbourne Storm, which left them on the Roosters’ side of the draw for a chance to play in the grand final.

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