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Rugby Australia looking to track down Kurtley Beale after another controversial video emerges


Another video has emerged online that depicts Wallabies star Kurtley Beale cavorting around shirtless in the same room as another man holds a plate containing a white powdery substance.

The video, which was leaked onto the internet on Wednesday, was apparently taken in 2015 at a Maroubra appartment with a group of people he met on a night out, according to 9News.

In it, Beale is filmed playing a vacuum cleaner as a didgeridoo before the camera pans to other people in the room who can’t be identified.

One man in the footage, which was released by Channel Nine, is seen holding a plate containing white powder and a rolled-up piece of paper in his other hand.

Fox Sports is not suggesting that Beale has done anything wrong or illegal in the video.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Rugby Australia is trying to track down Beale, who is believed to have flown to New Zealand for a brief holiday after a Wallabies trainng camp.

Earlier this week, Beale was shown in a video with NRL star Corey Norman, publican Stu Laundy and another man believed to be known as “Chich” from 2016.

In that video, Chich snorts a line of white powder, while Norman and Beale laugh along with him.

Beale apologised to Rugby Australia chief executive Raelene Castle over that video when it emerged on Tuesday evening.

Beale met with RA integrity unit officials on Wednesday morning, saying he had not taken any illicit substances. He was not sanctioned, but Castle said footage of him laughing at the drug-taking did not meet expectations of a professional rugby player.


Published by Staff Writers, 17th January 2019 on


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