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The Club is reviewing this matter through its Code of Conduct committee.
The NRL Integrity Unit has also been following the matter since it happened and has been advised of this latest development.
“Today we are dealing with another unacceptable and unnecessary situation,” said Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle.
“Des and I will continue to work with the leadership group to ensure our younger players fully understand what it means to be and what it takes to be a quality athlete, a good Bulldogs Club person and a valued member of the community at large.”
The Bulldogs will offer further comment once the matter is brought to a close.