The Every day Telegraph’s Phil Rothfield has hit out at Curtis Scott after the axed Raiders centre accused Canberra of leaking data particulars of a combat with John Bateman.
Scott claimed the Raiders leaked data of his fracas with the English ahead and questioned in the event that they cared about his psychological well being in an explosive Instagram put up.
The incident with Bateman was the third identified incident of Scott placing himself in a difficult scenario.
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The centre is at the moment charged with assault stemming from an incident at a Canberra nightclub and was arrested on Australia Day 2020 after falling asleep underneath a tree in Sydney.
Scott wrote on his personal social media channel: “I might similar to to return ahead and touch upon the most recent headline.
“I opened up about extraordinarily private data concerning psychological well being and present struggles, I’ve simply misplaced what seems like the whole lot to me and I can’t perceive why Canberra have continued to kick me whereas I’m down and now leak in-house data that was handled over a yr in the past concerning a former participant.
“The membership has nothing to achieve out of this however hopes of reasoning for his or her lack of supporting.
“For my part it’s a low act and so they have proven and proved that they haven’t any actual care issue for gamers’ welfare.
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“It’s not the primary time this has occurred to a participant on the Raiders that has come out about psychological well being struggles.”
However Rothfield rubbished claims from Scott that it was the Raiders who leaked the data.
“It’s essential to clarify that story didn’t come from the Canberra Raiders,” Rothfield informed NRL360 on Fox League.
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“I really had it confirmed by someone within the Curtis Scott camp once I heard a hearsay about it. So he’s on the unsuitable observe there.
“I’ll say although, I believe Canberra – and I indicated this final night time – have been too hasty in tearing up his contract. He deserves his day in court docket to combat the assault prices from the Canberra nightclub.”
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Rothfield went on to disclose that he had no relationship with CEO Don Furner, criticising the membership boss’ manner.
“I don’t discuss to Don Furner,” Rothfield mentioned. “I discover him to be a risky human being.
“There have been 60 folks on the perform final yr and everybody knew the story.
“My blue with him 20 years in the past was a really heated telephone name,” Rothfield mentioned.
“I’m pondering, if that’s the final time I spoke to him and he behaved in that method over a difficulty nothing as critical as this. I began pondering is he too hostile on these gamers?”
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