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Dylan Brown

What Happens Next For Dylan Brown

Leading league journalists Danny Weidler and Michael Chammas explain the next steps for Parramatta Eels star Dylan Brown following the conclusion of his court case.

Brown pleaded guilty to two charges of sexual touching in a Sydney court yesterday, and has been hit with a community correction order for 18 months. Now it’s the NRL’s turn.

HEAR DANNY WEIDLER AND MICHAEL CHAMMAS EXPLAIN WHAT’S NEXT FOR DYLAN BROWN ON THE FOOTY TALK PODCAST:

Brown was initially charged with five counts of sexually touching a woman without her consent at the Golden Sheaf hotel last month.

The court dropped three charges and Brown pleaded guilty to the remaining two charges.

Brown’s lawyer, David Newman, told the court his client had consumed 15 to 20 drinks in six hours the night of the incident.

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“Our club has a strong commitment to respectful behaviour towards women, and the behaviour that was outlined in court today is unacceptable and against the expectations we have at our club,” said Parramatta Eels CEO Jim Sarantinos.

“Dylan has taken full responsibility for his actions and has acknowledged the impact this has had on the person involved, for which he is genuinely remorseful.

“The club will continue to support Dylan and work with him as he learns from this experience. We will now work with the NRL Integrity Unit on the next steps in finalising the matter.”

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