Two Rabbitohs players investigated for claims that exposed their genitals in a video chat, leaving a woman who feels "raped and disgusted" & # 39;
- South Sydney Rabbitohs investigates allegations about several players
- Woman alleges that two NRL players showed her private parts in a FaceTime chat
- She states that the club has not followed her since the initial complaint
- The club plans to talk to the woman and the players allegedly involved on Friday
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
The National Rugby League was involved in another scandal, this time involving the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
The club is investigating allegations made by a young woman that two players exposed her private parts during a FaceTime chat earlier this year.
The players have not been named, but they are understood by several of the most important names in the club.
The 23-year-old woman sent an email to the club after the alleged May 26 incident left her "raped and disgusted," The Daily Telegraph reported.
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 woman allegedly took screenshots of the videochat, where one player pulled down his pants to expose his genitals, while the other discovered his butt.
She says that a Rabbitohs football operations manager assured her by email that her statements would be taken "seriously" and that the club "will work to understand what has happened."
The woman said she had not heard from the club since then, despite several follow-up emails.
"I am quite disappointed that my email has not been answered (sic) for a few months," he wrote in August.
"I find it disgusting how these guys think they can get away with this shit."
Rabbitoh CEO Blake Solly 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.
Rabbitoh CEO Blake Solly (pictured) said the club would contact the woman on Friday and talk to the players allegedly involved.
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.