Wests Tigers have today been made aware that a player has been charged by the NSW Police for drug possession.
Kyle Lovett was charged with possession of a small quantity of a prohibited substance on 23 December, 2016 and will face court on 1 February, 2017.
Wests Tigers Club officials were only made aware of the matter by Lovett today.
Upon learning of Lovett’s charge, Wests Tigers immediately alerted the NRL Integrity Unity this morning and the two parties are currently working together on the matter.
Wests Tigers are incredibly disappointed with Lovett and do not in any way condone his behaviour.
Wests Tigers ensure that all players and staff receive the highest level of education in relation to drugs. The Club takes the welfare and education of its players and very seriously with the Wests Tigers Wellbeing and Education department ranked second in the NRL in 2016.
Wests Tigers will be making no further comment until the matter is resolved, both with the NSW Police and the NRL Integrity Unit.
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