CCTV Footage Emerges Of Two NRL Players Snorting Cocaine Hours After Game

Both suspended

CCTV Footage Emerges Of Two NRL Players Snorting Cocaine Hours After Game 7.30/ ABC

CCTV footage of two NRL players "snorting lines of cocaine" at a nightclub just hours after they played a game in May last year has emerged.

ABC's 7.30 aired the clip, which shows Jesse Bromwich and Kevin Proctor sniffing lines of white powder outside a nightclub in Canberra while surrounded by a group of men.

One of those men was Adrian Crowther, who was charged with possession after supplying the Kiwi Test players with the drug.

"They're both really, you know, really top-quality players," Crowther told 7.30, recalling that he said, "Let's do this", when the pair asked if he had cocaine.

"I just wanted to get on it with these guys," he added. "I thought it was just a great opportunity to carry on drinking with them.

"They had some lines and we just stood around chatting. They were real drunk."

Crowther was later fined $5250.

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Bromwich, who was the New Zealand captain and player with the Melbourne Storm at the time and Proctor, who was the Gold Coast Titans co-captain, were in Canberra to play the Anzac Test at Bruce Stadium on May 6, 2017.

Both players, 28 and 29 respectively, were suspended and fined by their NRL clubs.

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