Footy star one of two men accused of indecently assaulting a woman in a pub in an affluent beachside suburb
- Wests Tigers NRL recruit Zane Musgrove one of two men charged by police
- On Saturday, November 24 a woman told security she was assaulted in Coogee
- Both of the men charged with offences including assault with act of indecency
- Men granted conditional bail to appear in Waverley Local Court on January 23
A footy star is one of two men accused of indecently assaulting a woman in a pub.
Zane Musgrove, 22, a recent recruit with the Wests Tigers in the NRL, and a man the same age were charged following a night out in Sydney’s east on November 24.
A 22-year-old woman has alleged she was indecently assaulted by the two men at the Coogee Bay Hotel.
Footy star Zane Musgrove (pictured) has been charged with offences including assault with an act of indecency and aggravated indecent assault following a night out in Sydney’s east
Musgrove (pictured) was charged after a woman alleged she was indecently assaulted by two men at the Coogee Bay Hotel
The woman reported the alleged incident to security at the venue before speaking to police.
Musgrove was arrested and charged with multiple offences including include assault with act of indecency and aggravated indecent assault at Maroubra Police Station on Wednesday.
A second man, 22, was arrested and charged on Thursday in relation to the alleged assault.
Both men were granted conditional bail and will face Waverley Local Court on January 23.
A 22-year-old woman has alleged she was indecently assaulted by two men at the Coogee Bay Hotel (pictured)
The Tigers released a statement on Friday, saying the NRL’s integrity unit were informed of the matter.
‘Wests Tigers takes its position in the community very seriously and will work with the NRL Integrity Unit and NSW Police on the allegations,’ the statement said.
The charges come after Manly Sea Eagles player Dylan Walker allegedly assaulted his girlfriend on Thursday.
Walker has been charged with domestic-related common assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
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