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    Woman claims she was lewd sexting victim as Rabbitohs celebrated win over Warriors



    Last updated 09:18, September 14 2018

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    A woman says she felt violated and disgusted over lewd sexting with high-profile South Sydney rugby league players, but her complaints to the club have not been dealt with.

    She claimed in The Daily Telegraph newspaper several high-profile Rabbitohs exposed themselves during a Facebook video chat as they celebrated a win over the Warriors.

    The NRL club is reportedly investigating an email from a 23-year-old sent the day after the May 26 incident.

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    Senior players at the Rabbitohs have been accused of lewd behaviour.


    She said a "funny" FaceTime chat "with the group of boys" turned explicit and left her "violated and disgusted", Sydney's Daily Telegraph said.

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    The players had been celebrating a 30-10 win in Auckland over the Warriors.

    Screenshots taken by the woman purport to show one of the players displaying his genitals, while another bares his backside.

    She has said phone records show one player repeatedly called her, even after she had made it clear she wanted to be left alone.

    The Daily Telegraph said the players involved were some of the biggest names at the club. It has chosen not to name the players.

    The woman went to the newspaper, saying her demands for action had not been answered.

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    A club spokesman confirmed that the woman's initial email was received by the club's football operations manager Brock Schafer on June 1, the newspaper reported.

    He had assured the woman the matter was being taken "seriously" and the club "will work to understand what has occurred", it reported.

    Two later emails were not responded to, as they had been "routed to a junk mail folder", he said.

    Rabbitohs chief executive Blake Solly said the club would contact the woman on Friday.

    - Stuff

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