New South Wales police have cleared Penrith rugby league player
Nathan Cleary of committing any social distancing offences after having a
group of women in his house.
Cleary was in his own house, while the other people, who visited him, are still being investigated.
“Following enquiries by Nepean Police Area command, no offence
related to the 22-year-old man (Cleary) were detected,” a police
statement read. “Investigations continue into other potential offences.”
The NSW Origin half was fined $10,000 and suspended for one match by
the NRL on Tuesday for bringing the game into disrepute after photos
were published of him with several of the women on a lounge. Sixty per
cent of the fine and the match ban will be suspended for the remainder
of the season.