Former NRL star Curtis Scott has been charged for alleged domestic violence offences following an investigation.
Police investigated the ex-Canberra Raiders and Melbourne Storm winger after reports of domestic-related assaults were alleged relating to incidents back in 2018, according to Fox Sports.
It is believed the woman involved filed a complaint against the controversial star with both NSW Police and the NRL.
Scott has had a coloured past to say the least, having his contracts ripped up at both Canberra and Melbourne following off-field incidents, but the 24-year-old revealed in 2021 that he had been getting psychological help as well as attending Alcoholics Anonymous for his problems.
He was taken to Sutherland Police Station and charged with two counts of intentionally choke person with recklessness, two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, stalk/intimidate intend fear physical etc harm (domestic), and three counts of common assault (DV).
On the field, Scott has had mixed results, but he was part of the Melbourne Grand Final-winning side back in 2017 as well as being part of the Storm side that lost in the year after to the Sydney Roosters.
He has been granted conditional bail and will appear in court next week.