Anthony Milford’s Rabbitohs contract knocked back by the NRL due to allegations of ‘violence against women’

Anthony Milford’s stint at South Sydney may be over before it ever begun after the NRL refused to register his new contract at the Rabbitohs due to serious allegations relating to an incident involving Milford while still living in Brisbane.

“The National Rugby League has advised player Anthony Milford and the South Sydney Rabbitohs that it will not consider registering a contract for the player until criminal proceedings against Milford have been completed,” the NRL said in a statement.

“Given the severity of the allegations, particularly that two charges allege violence against women, the NRL will not consider an application for registration until the court process is complete.”

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