The Rabbitohs reportedly informed the NRL integrity unit of an incident involving Cody Walker.
Police are investigating an alleged brawl on NSW’s central coast involving South Sydney star Cody Walker.
NSW police confirmed that an investigation is ongoing after police were called in for an incident outside the Terrigal Hotel.
Police confirmed they were conducting an investigation after news that the males were fighting outside the office at around 2:30 am on Saturday morning, April 30.
The alleged incident occurred just hours after the Rabbitohs’ 40-22 win over Manly at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford.
The Daily Telegraph First reported that Walker would be involved in the incident.
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A police statement stated: “Just after 2:30 am on Saturday, April 30, police were called to a Terrigal hotel after reports of men fighting outside Pine Tree Avenue.
“Brisbane Waters Police District officers intervened and the group dispersed. Police have apparently conducted security investigations and will examine CCTV viewing when available.
Walker’s adviser, boxing promoter Matt Rose, insists the incident was not serious.
“He was wrestling with his brother and a friend in the lobby like some fun,” Rose said The Daily Telegraph.
“Someone complained that they made too much noise. So they went back to their rooms. There was just nothing inside. “
The South Sydney club has confirmed that they are aware of an incident involving Walker and have informed the NRL integrity unit.
Walker had a difficult 2022 season due to the collapse of the team’s form and fellow midfielder Adam Reynolds leaving the club.
Last year’s runners up struggled to adjust to life after Wayne Bennett and are 4-5 after 9 rounds this season.
Originally published as Police investigate the alleged brawl involving the Rabbitohs star