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The disgrace of former NRL star Jarrod Mullen (pictured with former high school sweetheart Rachael Miller) is months after he came close to death due to a reported overdose affected by a series of drug costs

Fallen NRL star Jarrod Mullen, 32, is in charge of cocaine delivery just six months after he nearly died of drug overdose

  • Former NRL star Jarrod Mullen hit with a series of drug delivery costs
  • The former rugby league player was arrested in a Tarrawanna house in Wollongong
  • Costs are charged if the police investigate the drug aid program in the north coast of NSW
  • It was not until December of last year that Mullen almost died after a drug overdose
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The disgrace of former NRL star Jarrod Mullen has been hit by a series of drugs months after he was close to death due to a reported overdose.

The 32-year-old was arrested on Wednesday in a Tarrawanna house in Wollongong, along the south coast of NSW.

He was charged with three counts of a quantity of prohibited drugs offered for sale and the supply of a transportable quantity of a prohibited substance, Daily telegram reported.

The former half-value defender of Newcastle Knights received a conditional bail and goes to the Newcastle court on June 20.

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The charge comes months after Mullen reportedly overdosed on a 40-year birthday party last December.

The disgrace of former NRL star Jarrod Mullen (pictured with former high school sweetheart Rachael Miller) is months after he came close to death due to a reported overdose affected by a series of drug costs

The disgrace of former NRL star Jarrod Mullen (pictured with former high school sweetheart Rachael Miller) is months after he came close to death due to a reported overdose affected by a series of drug costs

The 32-year-old was arrested in a Tarrawanna house in Wollongong, along the south coast of NSW, on Wednesday

The 32-year-old was arrested in a Tarrawanna house in Wollongong, along the south coast of NSW, on Wednesday

The 32-year-old was arrested in a Tarrawanna house in Wollongong, along the south coast of NSW, on Wednesday

Mullen is supposed to have been taken to the hospital in a critical condition, where he spent two days in intensive care.

Upon his release from the hospital, the NRL provided support services and Mullen checked in the withdrawal course for six weeks.

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He later moved from his hometown of Newcastle to Wollongong.

Mullen was a star of the State of Origin who once bore a contract of $ 1 million a year.

He played 211 games for the Knights and was touted as the & # 39; next big thing & # 39; of the game.

But he received a four-year ban on the use of doping after he was caught with steroids in 2017 during a routine drug test.

The arrest of Mullen comes after the police started an investigation last September into the large-scale drug supply on the NSW north coast.

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According to Nine & # 39; s Danny Weidler, the alleged drug ring is considered to be involved in the delivery of cocaine to the Newcastle region.

The snare force has already arrested 11 people, including the host of the party where reportedly a Mullen overdose has been given.

Former heavyweight boxer Les Mason was arrested weeks after the event and charged with commercial drug assistance.

Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that he was involved in the overdose of Mullen.

High-profile personal trainer Matthew Pearce would be the most important behind the drug plan.

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Although Pearce and Mason fight the charge.

Mullen was a star of the State of Origin who once received a contract of $ 1 million a year

Mullen was a star of the State of Origin who once received a contract of $ 1 million a year

Mullen was a star of the State of Origin who once received a contract of $ 1 million a year

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