The NRL has hit Melbourne ahead Tui Kamikamica with a breach discover over an alleged incident exterior a Brisbane pub in November.
The breach discover proposes a nine-game suspension and a $10,000 for the prop.
Kamikamica was charged by Queensland police with assault occasioning precise bodily hurt, however that cost was dismissed in courtroom on April 27.
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The NRL, nonetheless, are imposing their very own penalty after viewing CCTV footage of the incident.
“(It) showed Kamikamica in a physical altercation with a female member of the public,” an NRL assertion mentioned.
“Any form of violence against women will not be tolerated by the NRL.”
The nine-game suspension means, when backdated, Kamikamica might be accessible for choice subsequent week forward of Magic Round, having missed the opening 9 video games of the season.
Half the $10,000 superb might be suspended.
He has 5 days to reply to the breach discover.
Kamikamica later launched a press release by means of his membership.
“Late last year while out with my family and friends, I was involved in an altercation and acted in an unacceptable way,” he mentioned.
“I would like to publicly apologise for my behaviour.
“I’m grateful right now the costs in opposition to me have been withdrawn, however importantly, I wish to reiterate that I’m fully against violence and particularly any type of violence in the direction of ladies.”
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