Australian sport: The ‘sex tape’ scandal spread at American football
Phil Gould, the owner of the Penrith Panthers American football club, has just warned that his team involved in the sex tape scandal is not an isolated case, but this disaster is ‘spreading’ across the teams. American football in this country.
According to AFP, in the past few days, Penrith Club has been shaken by the appearance on social media of the black videos that the male character is thought to be a player of the team. This scandal has shadowed the preparation process for the new national championship season, which will start in mid-March.
Earlier, on 5.3, young Tyrone May was accused by the police to film and share “cloudy” images with two women at different times without them knowing. Tyrone May became the third player within a week to be suspended indefinitely under new strict rules to prevent Australian American football stars from committing serious offenses. This regulation was issued after a series of incidents on the pitch.
Previously, players with misconduct will continue to play while awaiting the conclusion of the trial. Mr. Phil Gould said that the issue of sex tape haunting the Panthers team is not an isolated issue. AFP quoted Gould’s speech on the Nine Network television network: “It is extremely popular (in football), and when talking with people who are dealing with this issue every day, then we are still dealing with this issue in all walks of life. The real concern is that this affects children at school. In the age of mobile phones and cameras, that’s old. ”
Canterbury Bulldogs star Dylan Napa was fined for appearing in many sex clips
Last week, Canterbury Bulldogs star Dylan Napa was fined 10% of his salary in 2019 for appearing in many sex clips. Regarding the team’s sex tape scandal, Mr. Gould added: “We are a very strong club, and I was devastated when this happened to our club, but we will overcome it.” The Penrith Panthers will kick off the season against Parramatta Eels on March 17.