Semi Radradra has two days to explain why he failed to turn up for a court hearing, or a warrant will be issued for his arrest.
The Australia international had his bail revoked by a magistrate after he failed to turn up for the hearing regarding domestic violence-related charges.
Radradra, who plays for NRL side Parramatta, flew to Fiji on Wednesday, citing a medical emergency with his father.
However, the magistrate was not convinced by the letter provided, believing his sudden departure was not justified.
In July, Radradra pleaded not guilty to two counts of common assault and one of assault causing actual bodily harm. The charges The charges relate to alleged incidents in December 2014 and May 2015.
Parramatta chief Bernie Gurr said: “We continue to work with Semi’s manager to ensure Semi is in compliance with all future court requests,” he said in a statement.
If a resolution isn’t found, an arrest warrant will be issued on Thursday.