Wests Tigers forward to face court after being charged for driving with a suspended license

Wests Tigers forward Zane Musgrove will be in court next week after police charged the prop for driving with a suspended licence.

That’s according to The Daily Telegraph, which reported that Musgrove acquired police attention when he was driving at night without lights on late last year.

The police checked the 25-year-old out and found that he was driving with a suspended license, with Musgrove having already notified his club and the NRL Integrity Unit of the incident.

“About 9.15pm on Friday, November 26 2021, officers attached to Eastern Beaches Police Area Command were patrolling Maroubra Road at the intersection of Anzac Parade, Maroubra, when they stopped a BMW travelling without lights on,” a police statement said.

“Police spoke to the 25-year-old male driver, before further checks revealed the man’s driver’s licence was expired and suspended.

“The man was issued a Field Court Attendance Notice for drive motor vehicle while licence suspended.”

The Samoan international has also played for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, but has registered just 38 NRL games since debuting in 2016.

His lack of game time has been down to injury, but Musgrove missed the entirety of the 2019 season following charges of indecent assault.

It’s yet another off-field incident for the NRL to contend with after Curtis Scott’s arrest.

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