A woman who alleges that unidentified Rabbitohs players have been exposed to her in a video chat has turned to the media after feeling disappointed by the club's response.
The 23-year-old woman, who remained anonymous, said she was a big fan of the rugby league and was not trying to destroy anyone's careers, but she did want the club to address the behavior of some players.
He contacted the Rabbitohs Rugby League Club several times and, according to a chain of emails sent to The Daily Telegraph, received only one response.
A woman who alleges that some Rabbitohs players have been exposed to her has revealed an email thread that shows that she contacted the club repeatedly to take action.
The first email was sent on May 27 this year, informing the club about the incident.
"It started as a funny FaceTime with the group of guys and because I'm a big fan of NRL, it was at a pretty high level," he wrote.
"However, after the fifth and sixth and seventh calls from one of the players on his own in his room, I began to feel violated and disgusted by it."
She writes expressly in the email that she does not want to "get the most out of it," suggesting some behavioral training for the players.
The woman without a name contacted a few days later, on May 31, after not having received news from the club.
In that email, she said she still felt "very raped" and wanted to know if her claims were taken seriously.
"They make me realize how degrading it is for women and how these men think they can get away with anything just because of their social status," he wrote.
"It's really disgusting and now I'm more upset about the situation than before."
The Rabbitoh of South Sydney are investigating allegations made by a young woman that two players exposed her private parts during a FaceTime chat earlier this year.
The football club finally returned with her the following day, on June 1, through football operations and the Player's Welfare Manager, Brock Schaefer, who asked the woman if she could meet with officials to detail the incident.
After answering Mr. Schaefer with contact information, since she was in Japan on business, she never heard from the club again.
She decided to send an additional email suggesting that her claims had not been taken seriously and described more details of the encounter, including that she had already hung one of the players seven times.
After the scandal erupted, the club announced an investigation into the allegations.
The players have not been named, but it is understood that they are several of the most important names in the club.
Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold (pictured) was also asked to comment on the incident, but instead referred to the Rabbitohs semi-final game against the Dragons on Saturday.
The woman allegedly took screenshots of the videochat, where one player pulled down his pants to expose his genitals, while another discovered his butt.
The Rabbitohs issued a statement on Friday saying they were trying to get in touch with the woman.
& # 39; Since I received the contact details [on Thursday] Rabbitohs officials have tried to contact each other by phone and email, "the statement said.
"The Rabbitoh take the accusations of player misconduct very seriously and will not comment further until the investigation is complete."
Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold was also invited to comment on the incident, but referred to Rabbitohs' semifinal match against the Dragons on Saturday.
Rabbitoh CEO Blake Solly (pictured) said the club would contact the woman on Friday and talk to the players allegedly involved.
"I'd rather be talking about tomorrow night, I appreciate the general community's interest in this," he said.
"With respect to the accusations, our club treats the allegations seriously, as does the Integrity Unit of NRL."
Rabbitoh CEO Blake Solly intervened in the scandal and told The Daily Telegraph that the club would contact the woman on Friday and talk to the players allegedly involved.
"We are proud of our position on the Code of Conduct and if someone has broken that, we want to investigate it," he said.
The accusations are an unwelcome interruption as the Rabbitohs prepare for the semifinal on Saturday night against St George Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium.
Comes one week after the NRL He transmitted one of his toughest sanctions ever on the Canterbury Bulldogs.
The club was fined a record $ 250,000 for its drunken Mad Monday celebrations that saw two players accused by police with obscene exposure.