Wests Tigers star Michael Chee-Kam faces two charges of assault after an incident in Bondi which is alleged to have happened on Sunday, December 30.
Chee-Kam allegedly punched a ride-share driver through the open window of his car.
“Wests Tigers have been made aware of an incident involving a player on December 30, 2018,” a Wests Tigers statement said.
“The club is working with the NRL Integrity Unit on the matter and will be making no further comment at this stage.”
Chee-Kam becomes the latest NRL player to be waiting for a court appearance with Jarryd Hayne, Jack de Belin, Zane Musgrove and Dylan Walker all set a date at court.
Meanwhile, Greg Inglis is due to be sentenced later this month on a drink-driving charge dating back to October.
Chee-Kam and another man, aged 18, who is not a Wests Tigers player are due in court on February 5.