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It is understood Blair was charged by police and the club is currently seeking full details of the charges.
In the interim, Titans Chief Executive Officer Graham Annesley has issued the following statement:
“We have only just been made aware of the incident and have immediately notified the NRL’s Integrity Unit,’’ said Annesley.
“We are endeavouring to find out all the details and will be speaking to both the player and his manager as soon as possible.
“Until we have a full understanding of the facts, we won’t be prejudging the matter or jumping to any conclusions.’’