The former NRL star Ben Barba called the police & # 39; rapists & # 39; and & # 39; racists & # 39; in an expletively charged tirade when he was arrested earlier this month.
Officers were called to a home in eastern Mackay, Queensland, for domestic violence on May 5 at 2:40 am, Mackay Magistrates Court told Tuesday.
In the footage of the incident police bodycam, Barba screamed obscenities while officers tried to talk to him outside his home.
& # 39; What the hell are you doing here, & # 39; Barba hears the police questioning.
The former footy star, who had been out of the sport, accused the officers of arresting him for racial reasons and pushing him to the ground.
Barba called the police & # 39; rapers & # 39; and & # 39; racists & # 39; in expletive rant charged when he was arrested earlier in the month
Barba, who was supported by his father during the trial, constantly hears shouts and curses against the officers who repeatedly tell him that he is being held
Barba, who was supported by his father during the trial, constantly hears shouts and curses against the officers who repeatedly tell him that he is being held.
He accuses the police of running home because he & # 39; Benny Barba & # 39; is.
Barba falls to the ground in part of the footage and claims that he was pushed by a police officer.
& # 39; Why did you force me to do that? & # 39; He said.
& # 39; Just because you are a white buyer, you have pushed me. & # 39;
Barba is also seen sprawled on a staircase after she pretended to fall down the stairs.
He then tries to evade the officers by walking to the door of his house.
& # 39; Degree that you don't go in & # 39 ;, an officer says that Barba is trying to walk away.
& # 39; You are under arrest for obstruction. & # 39;
An officer tells a dissatisfied Barba: & # 39; it has everything to do with your behavior and nothing to do with your race & # 39; while handcuffed and walked away.
& # 39; What are you doing here, & # 39; a drunk Barba sounds the police
Barba is seen as someone who fell down the stairs earlier in the month during the arrest
The disgrace of former NRL star Ben Barba grabbed his partner's throat and pinned her to a wall during an Australian holiday in a casino, a court heard
On Tuesday, he was sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid community service for two counts of public nuisance and police impediment.
Further details have appeared about the embarrassing incident with Barba and his partner Ainslie Currie during the Australia Day parties at Townsville Casino.
The court heard that Barba grabbed the mother of his four children by the throat and attached her to the wall during Australia Day celebrations at Townsville Casino.
He also hit her head with a shoe, pelted a rock at her, and knocked her down during the collision.
Mrs. Currie refused to lodge a complaint against him, so that he was never accused of abuse.
Ben Barba (pictured with his partner Ainslie Currie) was put down by the Canterbury Bulldogs in 2013, just a few months after winning the Dally medal in 2012
Barba barely avoided an arrest warrant being issued to him after he had not appeared in Mackay Court House on Monday
Barba barely avoided an arrest warrant being issued for him after he had not appeared in Mackay Court House on Monday, but he did appear on Tuesday.
Daily Mail Australia revealed that he took up a temporary job as a metalworker who earned $ 20 per hour at Statewide Sales and Service in his home town of Mackay, shortly after his lucrative NRL contract was torn apart.
Barba initially received a lifeline from the Cowboys to return to the NRL for the first time since the resignation of the Cronulla Sharks to test positive cocaine days after the historic premiership of the club in 2016.
At an earlier court hearing in March, Barba told reporters that he now felt free to stop playing in the NRL and was looking forward to & # 39; a normal person & # 39; to be and to enjoy his new job as a worker.
& # 39; As bad as the situation is, I've never felt so free that I can go on with my life without the pressure of footy, "he said.
He now plays football for the Mackay Premier League-side Mackay Rangers.
Ben Barba found temporary work as a metalworker and was recently deregistered with the NRL
Ben Barba had to appear in the Mackay Local Court on Monday to stop charges to take on two causes of public nuisance for allegedly throwing stones at partner Ainslie Currie (photo)
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