Discussion in 'NRL' started by I Bleed Maroon, Nov 15, 2018.
I just had a flash back to 06. Didn't Hayne bite some young lady in a nightclub during his rookie season?
I specifically remember someone attached to Parra coming out and saying it was a beat up, and Hayne was a fine young man who is a star on the rise.
It seems biting really is his go. Hannibal Hayne.
Come on, mate.
It wasn't a dream. The internet is an amazing thing.
Winger fined for biting woman
Well done. I had a quick look on google but couldn't find anything immediately.
Dear prosecuting attorney, if you're reading this forum feel free to use the 2006 incident to strengthen your case.
It would seem Jarryd missed the memo from Todd last year that the players were now “partners in the game” and the massive pay rise meant they would all behave like responsible adults.
Hayne is a playa, not a player
You never miss a chance to cast the net wide enough to blame Greenberg or the NRL.
For what it's worth, Jarryd Hayne is not a contracted NRL player at the moment and it probably stands to reason as to why that's the case.
Is it unfair to say that the overwhelming majority of NRL players do the right thing and do act like "partners in the game"?
This won't go well for his US court case. It's a civil case, so past history, and actions since the alleged event can be used to establish character.
Interpretation comes from the Latin interpretari, which means "explain" or "translate." Adding the prefix mis- (which in this case means "wrongly") changes the word's meaning to "wrong interpretation." Misinterpretation is often accidental, but it can be intentional, too. "Willful misinterpretation" is misunderstanding someone else's words on purpose, often to make an unrelated point.
anyone know if the Perth team has been playing up in the off season?
Let me guess. Because he was asking for more than he's worth and teams were baulking at paying it? Had he lowered his ask he would have been signed up months ago.
Well I don't like the way you attempt to bully people using your status on the site, so we're even in that regard.
Absolutely. Parramatta are probably relieved.
Too early to tell, sorry.
Put simply: The US woman is trying to get Hayne (and two of his friends) to fly to Los Angeles for questioning. Hayne and his friends want to provide written statements from and stay in Australia. A Judge Magistrate will decide what is to happen on 27 January 2019.
Anyways, in my opinion, the US matter was never a legal issue. Hayne could've 'out-litigated' the US woman because he (most likely) has deeper pockets. However, most (if not all) of his resources will go into defending the NSW criminal allegations.
We'll have to wait until after (i) 27 January 2019 to see what is decided, (ii) what happens with the NSW criminal allegations, and (iii) then a clearer picture will be visible on matters such as video conferences, etc (i.e., we'll just cross each bridge as we come to them).
Slightly off-topic: I hope Hayne has good people watching him because I would not be surprised at all if we wake one morning to read that he has attempted suicide from the stress and pressure of the below four matters combined:
1. US civil case;
2. NSW criminal proceedings;
3. His legal fees are about to exponentially increase; and
4. No employment (I'm unsure of his assets) to service those fees.
I've never seen that.
I can’t wait for the tell all interview with Tracey Grimshaw.
It's one of the most obvious sources of income (besides playing sport) Hayne could take advantage of.
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