The West Tigers star, Josh Reynolds, pledges not to attack after being accused of beating his girlfriend – just a few months after losing twins
- Josh Reynolds did not plead guilty to attacking his girlfriend Arabella Del Busso
- Last week, Ms. Del Busso reportedly went to the police with bruises on her body
- The 30-year-old was charged on the same evening with the alleged attack
- He was not prevented from playing for the West Tigers in the NRL
- The couple opened last year because of Ms. Del Busso's miscarriage
West Tiger's NRL star Josh Reynolds has pleaded not guilty of attacking his long-time girlfriend Arabella Del Busso.
The 30-year-old appeared before the Sutherland District Court on Wednesday, where his lawyer Dan McGirr made a statement that he was not guilty of domestic violence that resulted in physical harm.
Mr. McGirr also told Judge Sharon Freund that Reynolds would contest an arrested violence order.
West Tigers' NRL star Josh Reynolds (pictured) has pleaded not guilty to charges of alleged domestic violence
The 30-year-old appeared in court, where his lawyer Dan McGirr pleaded guilty to attacking his long-time girlfriend Arabella Del Busso (the couple pictured together).
Mr. McGirr informed Judge Sharon Freund that Reynolds (pictured in court on Wednesday) would contest an arrested violence order
In a statement to AAP last week, NSW police said a woman had visited St. George Police Station at around 2:00 p.m. on December 11 to report an attack.
Reynolds went to the train station at 9:40 p.m., where he was arrested and charged with the alleged incident. He remains on bail.
"Police said on September 12 that the 29-year-old woman had bruises on her right arm and left leg after being allegedly attacked by a 30-year-old man," the statement said.
The couple, who have been together for a few years, reported on the pain Ms. Del Busso was in when she was expecting twins last year.
"How do I comfort her when I fight myself," Reynolds told Channel Seven.
Reynolds & # 39; girlfriend allegedly went to the police station with bruises on her right arm and left leg
Reynolds went to the train station at 9:40 p.m., where he was arrested and charged with the alleged incident
“And because it is much more difficult for women because they go through it and grow in it.
"I was really shocked, but I really wanted to be a man and be there for her too."
The NRL said last week that it was working with Wests Tigers and the Integrity Unit to determine if Reynolds should be excluded from club duties.
Earlier this year, the NRL issued a decommissioning policy that allows CEO Todd Greenberg to discretionarily suspend players who are charged with crime, particularly those involving women and children.
Reynolds had not yet been dropped by the NRL and the West Tigers at that time
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