Jack De Belin is beaten with a new criminal charge as the aside Rugby League player waits for a trial accused of raping a 19-year-old woman
- St George Illawarra player has been hit by a new indictment for assault
- Jack De Belin accused of raping the woman, 19, with his friend Callan Sinclair
- & # 39; I am innocent and will vigorously defend the charge against me & # 39 ;, he said earlier
Rugby League player and accused rapist Jack De Belin has been hit with a new criminal charge, police said.
A New South Wales police spokesman confirmed Thursday afternoon that De Belin was beaten with a new indictment for physical abuse.
The footballer of St George Illawarra has not pleaded guilty of raping a woman, 19, with his friend Callan Sinclair after a night out in Wollongong in December.
Jack De Belin was beaten with an extra attack of an attack on personal injury
Callan was also hit with the same load. The charge is supposed to relate to their alleged victim.
De Belin is banned from playing football under the new no-fault stand-down policy of the NRL.
The rule means that players enter the field if they are faced with legal proceedings for serious charges – even if they are strongly denied, as De Belin is.
De Belin (with fianceé Alyce Taylor, who is not involved in the case)
De Belin appeals against a court decision to enforce the football code policy – but the case is not on hearing until August.
& # 39; I am innocent and will vigorously continue to defend the only accusation against me & # 39 ;, De Belin said in his most recent statement.
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