Second man is accused after Manly star Manase Fainu reportedly stabbed a 24-year-old in church dance
Second man is accused after footy star stabbed a fellow churchgoer when a wild fight broke out at a Mormon dance
- Manase Fainu, 21, was charged last month and is now in custody
- The police called after a fight broke out, leaving a 24-year-old man with stab wounds
- Second man was charged on Thursday and will appear in court on November 27
A second man, along with Manly NRL player Manase Fainu, was accused of an alleged knife attack on a church dance in Sydney.
Fainu, 21, was charged last month after the emergency services were called to the Wattle Grove event southwest of Sydney on October 25 after reports of a fight.
Police say the group was scattered by the time they arrived, but a 24-year-old man was found with stab wounds.
Fainu has pleaded not guilty of various charges, including recklessly causing bodily harm in company (photo: Fainu and his mother at the Dally M awards)
Fainu has argued not to be guilty of various charges, including recklessly causing bodily harm in company.
He was released in house arrest and on the condition that he would not leave his house without his parents.
On Thursday, the police accused a 20-year-old Smithfield man with an affray.
He was granted a strict conditional bail before an expected appearance on November 27 at Liverpool Local Court.
Manase Fainu (right) was accompanied by his agent when he turned himself in to the police last month
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