Brisbane Broncos ahead TC Robati has stood himself down from all club routines just after getting charged with sexual assault.
The 21-year-aged will face court docket in January after becoming charged on December 24 for an alleged incident that took position at a Brisbane bar on December 21 although the taking part in team was on Xmas go away.
It is alleged that Robati inappropriately put his hand on a feminine patron.
The Broncos have documented the make any difference to the NRL integrity unit.
Brisbane CEO Dave Donaghy said the club “accepted TC’s posture in standing down from all club activities”.
“There is now a authorized course of action in put and that requirements to be highly regarded and adhered to,” Donaghy claimed.
“We totally accept that this is a really serious issue and as a club, we are strongly opposed to any problem that consists of the intrusion of personal boundaries with customers of the community.
“The Board and I will overview the make any difference further pursuing TC’s courtroom physical appearance in January.”
Robati created his NRL debut in 2021 just after shining for Brisbane affiliate club Wynnum-Manly in the Queensland Cup.