Discussion in 'General Rugby League' started by rhugh89, Jan 12, 2019.
Looks like yet another sex tape is being leaked and again its 2 Panthers players from what i heard.
Is it Ivan Cleary and Gus?
Well when you have grubs like Dugan and Fifita in your game this is what you will get. Dugan deadset looks like he wants to go do a stick up.
Tyrone Phillips and Liam Coleman according to Dean Ritchie
They copped it Saturday from me. Moylan got a go over as well. I'd like to know what was in fifitas arm guard. He kept getting the boys to feel it. Suspicious!
Panthers have sent a name to the NRL who they believe is the 1 leaking these videos...
But why punish this cretin when you can punish the evil footballers who are having consensual sex?
Because they’re ratbags
Things could get ugly soon after NRL Memes post which has since been taken down!
Mark Geyer seeking legal advice after NRL Memes made a post saying his daughter was in 1 of the tapes!! he is not a happy man at all!
NRL Memes is putrid.
agree they are an absolute disgrace! Hopefully the page gets shut down now!
Tyrone May Arrested over recording without consent and releasing the sex tapes
Tyrone May charged by NSW Police with video offences
Michael Chammas & Dan Walsh
Tue 5 Mar 2019, 12:15 PM
Panthers five-eighth Tyrone May has been charged by NSW Police in the latest twist in the series of videos which have been leaked showing Penrith players engaged in lewd behaviour.
May and Penrith lower-grader Liam Coleman were summoned to Penrith Police Station on Tuesday morning after the police became involved as a result of a number of videos entering the public domain.
NSW Police charged May with two counts of recording intimate image without consent, and two counts of disseminate image without consent.
He was granted bail and will appear in court in Penrith Local Court on May 1.
It came after a complaint from two women, who allege they didn't give permission for the distribution of the videos.
There's no suggestion the women complained about sexual misconduct.
The Panthers have confirmed they have notified the NRL Integrity Unit of the police involvement.
"We are aware of the charges," Panthers CEO Brian Fletcher said.
"I've spoken to Tyrone May and he will vigorously deny the charges."
NRL.com understands May isn't the one who leaked the video to the public.
The Panthers believe a player who is currently at another NRL club is responsible for sending it out beyond a group of May's friends and it found its way into social media.
The club passed that name on to the NRL Integrity Unit on Monday, with that player expected to be interviewed today.
Penrith are bracing for the potential release of more videos.
NSW Police released a statement on Tuesday. May is alleged to have filmed and disseminated "sexual acts with two women without their knowledge and consent".
"In February 2018, a 22-year-old man allegedly filmed a sexual act with a woman at Coffs Harbour. It is further alleged that in May 2018, the same 22-year-old man filmed a sexual act with another woman at Kingswood.
"Police have been told that while the sexual acts were consensual, the women were unaware they were being filmed. These recordings were also allegedly disseminated without their consent.
"Over the past few days, the women became aware the existence of the videos and contacted police. Following inquiries, about 9am today, a 22-year-old man presented at Penrith Police Station where he was arrested.
"The man was granted conditional bail to appear before Penrith Local Court on Wednesday 1 May 2019. Inquiries are continuing."
NRL legend Mark Geyer has released a statement to announce he has engaged lawyers to respond to “false and defamatory” claims surrounding his daughter Montanna.
The Panthers club icon on Tuesday morning announced he has been told by his legal advisers at Brydens Lawyers not to provide further comment to claims made on social media about his family.
“I have today engaged Brydens Lawyers to act on behalf of my daughter, Montanna, for the purpose of taking action against those who have published false and defamatory material which has caused incredible distress for my family,” Geyer said in a statement released by Triple M.
“On the advice of the solicitors, I do not propose to make any further comment.”
The former Panthers forward took aim at an unofficial NRL page on Facebook that appeared to suggest his daughter is the unknown woman in an explicit video allegedly featuring an NRL player.
The host of Triple M’s Rush Hour with MG, will also speak about the situation with his 22-year-old daughter on his show on Tuesday afternoon.
It comes after it was first reported by Channel 9’s senior rugby league journalist Danny Weidler that Geyer and his family have been falsely linked to recent issues that have been reported at the Panthers.
The report claimed Geyer is “angry” and his family is “devastated” by the social media claims, which they say are false.
Another one apparently
the one in this 1 is mentioned earlier being Tyrone Phillips and another young guy
So May is fighting the charges cos he didn't release the vids "beyond a group of friends". Unnnmm that's releasing them ya d*ckhead.
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I have zero excitement for the season after all this rubbish.
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