Ex-NRL gun sends Israel Folau gay porn

‘Couldn’t help himself’: Ex-NRL gun sends Israel Folau gay porn

Ex-NRL gun sends Israel Folau GIt has been revealed rugby league larrikin James Maloney welcomed teammate Israel Folau to the Catalans Dragons players’ group chat by bombarding him with gay pornography.

Folau was handed a career lifeline by the French Super League club after he was banished from Australian rugby for repeated homophobic posts on social media.

The dual international looked set for a stunning return to the NRL when St George Ilawwara confirmed they were interested this week before fierce backlash saw them end discussions.ay Porn

The intense media focus on the topic this week produced a classic Maloney tale regarding Folau.

According to rugby league reporter Andrew Webster, Maloney spammed Folau with gay pornography when he joined the Catalans players’ private Whattsapp group 12 months ago.

“When he first joined Catalans, he joined the players’ WhatsApp group,” Webster told SEN’s Morning Glory with Matty Johns.

“And Jimmy Maloney, god help him, couldn’t help himself and just started bombarding him with gay pornography.

Folau signed an extension with the Dragons for the 2021 Super League season, but he’s since returned to Australia to be with his wife whose mother is sick.

Maloney confirmed Folau had told his teammates he was exploring his options to stay in Australia.

“I think he would be good for the NRL, and you want the best players playing in the competition. He’d only make the NRL better,” Maloney told the SMH.

“All the boys got along with him here, and when he told us why he wasn’t coming back we all understood.”

Australian Rugby League Commission (ARLC) chairman Peter V’landys has previously said Folau’s views on homosexuality were not welcome in the NRL.

“The game is inclusive. Israel’s comments are not inclusive,” V’landys said in October 2019.

“When I was a kid and kids used to get bashed up because they were different, I used to go and defend them. And a lot of them, it’s because their role models or their peers made them that way.

“I have no tolerance for people that put other people’s lives (at risk) or (who commit) violence. It’s a big statement to make.

“With due respect to Israel, what he says, young kids listen to. He is a role model. They act on it. And when you’re a kid at school and you get bashed up because you’re different, I don’t think that’s a good thing.”

Source: 7News

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