EXCLUSIVE: Troubled footy star Dylan Napa skips training to meet a legal team to go & # 39; & # 39; with his growing scandal about sex tapes – his manager was spotted watching one of the videos on the street
- NRL star Dylan Napa has met with lawyers after two sex bands went online virally
- The 26-year-old told Daily Mail Australia: We just had to deal with a few things & # 39;
- Videos showing that Napa had sex and performed an immoral act shared last week
- Napa made a high-profile off-season switching from the Bulldogs to the roosters
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Josh Hanrahan for daily post Australia
Demonstrative footy star Dylan Napa broke his silence in the aftermath of two sex tapes that leaked on social media and went viral.
Napa, 26, made the headlines last week after an indecent video about sex with a woman leaked, before a second movie with a solo sex act was shared over the weekend.
The two separate videos were made more than four years ago.
Napa, who made a high-profile off-season change from the Sydney Roosters to cross-town rival Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, did not join his teammates on training on Monday.
Instead, he spent the afternoon in meetings about possible legal action and after the discussions, Daily Mail Australia told that he & # 39; had handled a few things.
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Restricted NRL star Dylan Napa (photo) has broken his silence in the wake of two sex bands that go online viral
Napa spent the afternoon in meetings about possible legal action in the two videos that were shared for the first time on social media last week and have since become viral
& # 39; We just had to deal with a few things … I can not really say more ,? Napa told Daily Mail Australia
We just had to deal with a few things, size, & # 39; said Napa outside Wentworth Chambers in the CBD of Sydney.
I can not really say more, I'm sure you understand. & # 39;
While Napa left the legal rooms after the meeting, his player-manager Steve Gillis continued to talk to another man in the street.
At one point the two men could watch the sex tapes on a telephone while they seemed to be discussing the content.
Napa, who was a contractual Roosters player at the time the two videos were made, has reportedly refused to tell Bulldogs officials who are responsible for their leakage.
Nine news has reported that at least one of the Napa video's was filmed by a fellow NRL star during a Roosters tour through the United States in 2013.
Outside the meeting, Napa's manager Steve Gillis (right) stayed on the street and watched the indecent video's with another man
The 26-year-old debuted in 2013 for the Sydney Roosters and was chosen for the first time to represent Queensland in 2017
But according to the TV network, the player who filmed the video did not leak & # 39 ;.
The maximum fine for sharing & # 39; revenge porn, a crime first introduced in 2017, is three years in prison and a fine of $ 11,000.
If revenge porn publishers refuse to remove the material, they can receive an additional two-year prison sentence, plus an additional $ 5,500 fine.
After the release of the second video on Saturday, the Bulldogs confirmed that their star recruiters had contacted lawyers and NSW Police about the matter.
Napa, a Queensland star, made a high-profile off-season switch from Sydney Roosters to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Napa (right) is laughing while posing for a photo with the Hollywood actor Gerard Butler (left) during his time with the Sydney Roosters
& # 39; The club is aware of a new social media video that has appeared today and was made a few years ago & # 39 ;, according to a spokesman for the club.
The club can confirm that Dylan Napa has received legal representation and advice from senior legal counsel, and has made contact with the NSW police. & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia contacted the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs for comment.
THE CONSEQUENCES OF SHARING DYLAN NAPA & # 39; S SEX TAPES
A top criminal lawyer said that Dylan Napa has a lawsuit against anyone who maliciously leaks and spreads the film fragments.
Asked if the leaks or spreading of the video's from Napa can be considered a revenge on revenge, said Sam Macedone & # 39 ;.
Anyone who distributes or publishes intimate images of a person without the consent of that person, (that) is revenge porn, & # 39; he said.
The maximum penalty for the offense, introduced in 2017, is three years in prison and a fine of $ 11,000.
If revenge porn publishers refused to remove the material, they could receive an additional two-year prison sentence, plus an additional $ 5,500 fine.
It's not just an insult to just spread it, it's an insult to threaten it, "said Mr Macedone.
& # 39; Who this guy (who leaked the video) has done more than threaten to do it, he did it. & # 39;
The judges were & # 39; absolute & # 39; Take vengeful porn laws seriously, Mr Macedone said, while adding them often occurs in cases of domestic violence.