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Paul Carter Convicted

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8AF1EA4D-E911-4143-8FF8-F48E70BAE93D.thumb.jpeg.7663cf6b2a78b910d5b93b4afc4e570b.jpegFormer NRL player Paul Carter has been placed on a good behaviour bond after pleading guilty to supplying cocaine to an ex-Sydney Roosters teammate at a nightclub.

Carter, who played 40 NRL games with several clubs, was placed on a two-year good behaviour bond at Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday.

The former league player had pleaded guilty to supplying a small amount of cocaine to ex-Roosters teammate Sean Kenny-Dowall at Sydney’s Ivy Nightclub in May 2017.

Carter, who initially denied the charge, missed a court appearance in November because he was in an overseas rehabilitation centre.

His lawyer, Daniel Grippi, at the time said Carter was suffering “significant stress and anxiety”.

Kenny-Dowall, who now plays for the Newcastle Knights, was previously spared a conviction after he pleaded guilty to possessing .29 of a gram of cocaine at the nightclub.

He was placed on a 12-month good behaviour bond in June.

 

Alcohol had been Paul’s problem up to this point causing his sacking and deregistration.

Edited by Graham

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