REVEALED: New footage of Wallabies star Kurtley Beale near a plate of ‘white powder’ emerges – days after a shocking video showed him sitting next to Corey Norman and Stu Laundy watching an older man snort cocaine
- Footage shows Kurtley Beale playing a vacuum like a didgeridoo before showing a man holding a plate of white powder
- The footage comes days after a separate video involving another footy player
- He was seen in that video while a man appeared to inhale white powder
- The rugby union star later apologised o Rugby Australia for the video and wasn’t punished for it
Another video of Wallabies star Kurtley Beale standing near a plate of ‘white powder’ has emerged just days after he apologised for a separate similar video.
Footage of the 30-year-old playing a vacuum like a didgeridoo before it pans to a man holding a plate of powdered lines has emerged this week, 9News reported.
Beale was allegedly at a Maroubra apartment, in Sydney’s east, with a group of people he’d met on a night out when the video was taken.
Another video of Wallabies star Kurtley Beale (pictured left) standing near a plate of ‘white powder’ has emerged just days after he apologised for a separate similar video
Beale shows off his musical talents before he laughs for the camera and it pans across a table strewn with cans – revealing the white powder.
In addition to the shirtless Wallabies star, three other people are seen in the video.
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest Beale or anyone else in the video were engaging in any sort of illegal activity.
The recent footage comes days after Beale apologised to Rugby Australia for a video that showed him in a room with an older man who appeared to inhale white powder.
The Wallabies centre was spotted in the background of the 14-second video, which showed NRL star Corey Norman encouraging the man to snort a white substance.
The video was filmed in 2016, but resurfaced on Monday night amid a spate of videos featuring NRL players.
Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle later said Beale had immediately contacted her to apologise over the incident and it was determined he would not be punished.
‘Rugby Australia only became aware of the vision after it had surfaced on social media on Monday afternoon and understands that it was recorded in 2016,’ Ms Castle said.
The recent footage comes days after Beale apologised to Rugby Australia for a video that showed him in a room where an older man appeared to inhale white powder
The Wallabies centre was spotted in the background of the 14-second video, which showed NRL star Corey Norman (pictured) encouraging a man to snort a white substance
‘After becoming aware that the vision was being shared on social media, Kurtley contacted me last night to apologise for the negative attention the video had attracted and expressed regret at putting himself in a compromising position at that time.
‘Kurtley has today met with Rugby Australia’s Integrity Unit to provide his version of events and the high standards that are expected of him as a professional Rugby player have been firmly reiterated.
‘Kurtley acknowledges that his presence in the video and the humour he expressed at the incident at the time does not reflect the image that is expected of a professional rugby player,’ she said.
The 77-year-old man in the video who refers to himself as ‘The Chich’ said he was just having a bit of fun and ‘didn’t hurt anybody’
An RA spokesperson later confirmed the 30-year-old Waratahs star would not face any disciplinary action over the incident and it had considered the matter closed.
It came just months after Beale and Adam Ashley-Cooper were suspended for a Test against England on the Wallabies’ spring tour for breaching team rules and allowing two women into their hotel room.
One of the women was Ashley-Cooper’s sister-in-law, and Castle confirmed at the time there was no suggestion of anything inappropriate occurring.