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NRL hit by allegations of a sordid culture of group sex

11 September 2017 11:04 PM
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NRL hit by allegations of a sordid culture of group sex

THE NRL has reportedly made a shock decision about the star in a messy group sex falling out with a Penthouse model.

Sydney Penthouse model and stripper Belinda Medlyn told The Daily Telegraph she consented to group sex with former Gold Coast, Wests Tigers and New Zealand Warriors star.

The pair have a 15-month-old son Hendrix, who was conceived in 2015 while one of Thompson’s teammates watched on. Medlyn claims she did not use a condom when Hendrix was conceived at the insistence of the New Zealand Test international representative.

Their relationship has turned into an ugly dispute over finances to raise their child.

Medlyn claims Thompson has been late in making child support payments.

The scandal is another blow to Thompson’s career with the 29-year-old yet to be given a contract for the 2018 NRL season.

Thompson missed the end of the Warriors’ season as a result of a torn pecs after his contract negotiations with the Warriors reportedly stalled earlier in the 2017 season.

However, a report on Tuesday claimed the scandal may not cost him his rugby league career.

New Zealand Herald journalist David Skipworth reported on Tuesday the NRL has been monitoring Thompson’s scandal and as yet have not found any grounds to take action against the out of contract star.

The report claims the NRL are continuing to investigate Thompson’s situation, but have found no evidence he has “brought the game into disrepute”.

The Warriors on Tuesday also released a statement to declare the club does not plan to take any action against Thompson, saying the scandal is a “personal matter” between Thompson and Medlyn.

“The Vodafone Warriors have confirmed they have been aware of a personal matter involving Bodene Thompson and an ex-partner,” the statement read.

“Vodafone Warriors CEO Cameron George said Thompson and his lawyer had kept them fully informed while the club had also notified the NRL Integrity Unit about the matter.

“George said Thompson had breached team protocol which had been dealt with. He said the club had received confirmation from Thompson’s lawyer that he was up to date with child support payments, which had also been verified by documentation from the Department of Human Services in Australia.

“George added it was a personal matter which was being handled by Thompson, his ex-partner and their respective lawyers.”

Medlyn told the Telegraph they would meet behind coaches’ backs at hotels and sent photos of friends to each other to consider for group sex.

Medlyn claims she met up with Thompson in team hotel rooms where they had sex before his NRL matches.

Steamy text messages the dancer and NRL star sent each other have been revealed by the Telegraph. In one of them, Thompson sends a photo of his teammate saying: “This guy is so keen to f*** you.”

Thompson first “met” Medlyn on social media. His Tigers teammates went to Townsville’s Santa Fe Gold strip club after a game against the Cowboys two seasons ago and although he wasn’t there, a dancer introduced the two on Instagram.

From there Medlyn and Thompson had sex at his Sydney apartment, her place at Coogee in Sydney’s eastern suburbs and hotel rooms.

Medlyn said the culture in the NRL makes players believe they can get away with anything.

“They think they’re rock stars who can do what they want, until it goes wrong.”

Thompson is now in a relationship with New Zealand dance star Kaea Pearce.

Source: news.com.au

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