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Sport Raider to front court over nightclub incident

05:56  10 april  2018
05:56  10 april  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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The news comes a week after reports first broke of the Raiders fullback being under investigation for an alleged assault that occurred prior to the 2018 NRL season.

According to The Daily Telegraph, coach Ricky Stuart is set to name Wighton in his 21-man squad for Saturday's game against Parramatta despite the upcoming appearance in court.

Wighton is facing a total of nine charges from an alleged altercation in Civic, Canberra, during his 25th birthday celebrations, with ACT Police in possession of CCTV footage of the incident.

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The charges include five counts of common assault, three counts of reckless or intentionally inflicting actual bodily harm, and one count of urinating in a public place.

Wighton is believed to have gotten into an argument with four men when it got physical.

Canberra said that the club and the NRL were aware of the incident and police investigation, but the Integrity Unit had not put any restrictions on him.

"The Canberra Raiders are aware of an incident involving Jack Wighton and have been cooperating with ACT Policing on their investigation," a statement from the club said last week.

"The Raiders have notified the NRL Integrity unit and will be not making any further comment as the incident is an ongoing police investigation."

The NRL has not given any sanction that would prevent Wighton from playing.

"If Ricky wants to pick him, he can. There is no reason why he can't be picked," Raiders CEO Don Furner told News Corp.

"Jack has to front court, he has due process. It’s up to Ricky."

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