Today we are going to share a very shocking case. Dylan Brown has been charged in a sexual assault case. The Eels agreed to remain silent over the weekend off just hours before star half Dylan Brown was detained for alleged sexual contact. Ray Hadley called the club a “zoo” without “discipline” after learning of the Five-Eights allegations. Following an alleged incident at the Golden Sheaf, a well-known pub in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, Brown, 22, was charged with five counts of sexual touching without consent. When police were alerted to the scene at 11.40pm on Sunday, his side was in the middle of a bye-round, and Brown is accused of repeatedly groping a 20-year-old woman he had never met before .
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He was taken to nearby Waverley Police Station and charged with five counts of sexual contact in connection with the alleged event. He was later released on bail and ordered to appear in Downing Center Local Court on Wednesday. Just hours after teammate Mitch Moses said the team had “made a pact together” to stay out of trouble during their bye week, video showed Brown dancing inside the venue while wearing a cap and Sun glasses. It’s unclear if Brown was seen on camera dancing before or after the alleged assault.
Moïse made a radio appearance on Saturday morning. His partnership with Brown is key for the 12th-placed Eels as they try to reverse their slow start to the year. Moses insisted he and his Parramatta teammates were forgoing the holidays and keeping their heads down in order to turn their season around following Phil Gould criticizing Knights players for flying to Bali before the Bulldogs stars de Gould are also enjoying a sunny holiday in Queensland. Enjoying the goodbye of this ride; its been good. Taking advantage of the week off after a tough start to the year, Moses said on Triple M on Saturday morning.
“No Bali, get out of there immediately.” You could actually do whatever you wanted, but as a team we made a vow not to act stupid during the break in order to prepare for the rest of the year. Strangely, the Eels posted on social media that they had “earned” the two passing points about four hours before the alleged incident involving Brown, which left many fans puzzled and disgusted. The particular message, which was still visible on their accounts on Monday morning, was even more disturbing because it included Moses and Brown. So it was all about this case. So, stay tuned for PKB news.