Erin Molan joins Beau Ryan in defense of the stars of the Bulldogs charged and fined by Mad Monday's antics

Erin Molan (pictured) and Beau Ryan defended Canterbury Bulldog players, who were fined and charged after the Mad Monday parties.

Erin Molan and Beau Ryan defended the Canterbury Bulldog players, who were fined and charged after the Mad Monday parties.

Ryan said that Adam Elliott's charity work with autistic children should be recognized, while Molan emphasized that the players were not bad people.

Former Canterbury captain James Graham also spoke on Thursday, criticizing the "culture of outrage". in the game and highlighting Elliott's community service work.

Erin Molan (pictured) and Beau Ryan defended Canterbury Bulldog players, who were fined and charged after the Mad Monday parties.

Erin Molan (pictured) and Beau Ryan defended Canterbury Bulldog players, who were fined and charged after the Mad Monday parties.

Former Canterbury captain James Graham also spoke on Thursday, criticizing the "culture of outrage". in the game and highlighting Elliott's community service work (in the image, on the right)

Former Canterbury captain James Graham also spoke on Thursday, criticizing the "culture of outrage". in the game and highlighting Elliott's community service work (in the image, on the right)

Former Canterbury captain James Graham also spoke on Thursday, criticizing the "culture of outrage". in the game and highlighting Elliott's community service work (in the image, on the right)

Elliott and Asipeli Fine were accused by the police of supposedly dancing naked in a Sydney pub, while Marcelo Montoya and Zac Woolford received fines from the club.

The second rower Elliott was allegedly photographed when a teammate grabbed his genitals, while another player was allegedly seen standing next to his own vomit.

"They are not bad people, we can not crucify them," Molan said at the Footy Show on Thursday during a discussion about the incident.

She spoke after Ryan complained that the media was not saying anything positive about Elliott, despite his community service work.

Ryan said that Adam Elliott's charity work with autistic children should be recognized, while Molan emphasized that the players were not bad people.

Ryan said that Adam Elliott's charity work with autistic children should be recognized, while Molan emphasized that the players were not bad people.

Ryan said that Adam Elliott's charity work with autistic children should be recognized, while Molan emphasized that the players were not bad people.

Elliott and Asipeli Fine were accused by the police of allegedly dancing nude in a Sydney pub, while Marcelo Montoya (pictured) and Zac Woolford charged fines at the club.

Elliott and Asipeli Fine were accused by the police of allegedly dancing nude in a Sydney pub, while Marcelo Montoya (pictured) and Zac Woolford charged fines at the club.

Elliott and Asipeli Fine were accused by the police of allegedly dancing nude in a Sydney pub, while Marcelo Montoya (pictured) and Zac Woolford charged fines at the club.

"He's had a couple of difficult days, but he's been nominated for the Ken Stephen Community Award, he does a lot of work with children with autism," Ryan said.

Graham was scathing in his own assessment of the consequences of the incident, hitting telephoto lenses and "cheap media," The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

& # 39; I read some stories … it's so cheap. People should be careful with what they want and where this sport is going, "he said.

"When you talk about having access to players for the media and for fans, do you think this will help?"

By mentioning Elliott's studies and working with children with autism, Graham said Mad Monday's antics do not define who he is.

Elliott, 23, and Fine (pictured, left), 25, were indicted on Thursday and the club imposed a fine of $ 25,000 each for their alleged drunken antics.

Elliott, 23, and Fine (pictured, left), 25, were indicted on Thursday and the club imposed a fine of $ 25,000 each for their alleged drunken antics.

Elliott, 23, and Fine (pictured, left), 25, were indicted on Thursday and the club imposed a fine of $ 25,000 each for their alleged drunken antics.

Graham also asked why the Bulldogs were the old team photographed, and said that the celebrations of the Local Monday of each team could contain something to be outraged.

"Some of the people in the culture of outrage do not understand the dynamics of the team and the different people within the team, the personality types and traits, and what makes them click," he said.

Elliott, 23, and Fine, 25, were indicted Thursday and the club imposed a $ 25,000 fine on them for their alleged capers.

Marcelo Montoya – who was photographed after vomiting and collapsed on the street – and Zac Woolford also received a fine of $ 10,000 each from the club.

The criminal charges came after the club received a record $ 250,000 fine from the NRL during the wild party night at the port.

Elliott and Fine will appear at the Downing Center Local Court on October 24.

The Bulldogs received a fine of $ 250,000 after club players stripped naked at the Harbor View Hotel in Sydney on Monday

The Bulldogs received a fine of $ 250,000 after club players stripped naked at the Harbor View Hotel in Sydney on Monday

The Bulldogs received a fine of $ 250,000 after club players stripped naked at the Harbor View Hotel in Sydney on Monday

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