UPDATE @ 10.00AM: NRL star Semi Radradra has fronted a Sydney court on Tuesday morning after being charged with domestic violence offences.
The Parramatta Eels star, flanked by his legal team, was welcomed by a media scum at Parramatta Local Court before being ushered into a victim’s room to await appearance.
The 24-year-old Fijian is charged with two counts of common assault and one count of causing actual bodily harm in relation to alleged incidents involving his estranged partner, Perina Ting.
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Radradra entered a not guilty plea to all three charges during a brief mention, with bail and AVO conditions continued.
He will reappear in Parramatta Local Court on August 16.
Ms Ting alleges the NRL player attacked her three times between 2014 and 2015, including one alleged assault when she was nine months pregnant.
EARLIER @ 6.20AM: NRL player Semi Radradra will face Parramatta Court on Tuesday after he was charged with three counts of domestic violence.
Police also served the 24-year-old with an apprehended violence order after he arrived in Sydney from Fiji last week.
Radradra was released on conditional bail.
The allegations were reportedly raised by an ex partner, who claims she was assaulted when she was pregnant as well as other times in 2014 and 2015.
Radradra played for his side against Cronulla at Shark Park on Saturday.
Eels coach Brad Arthur told reporters recently he was confident Radradra would finish his contract with the club.
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