The Titans have released a statement regarding allegations that co-captain Kevin Proctor was involved in a drug incident after the ANZAC test on Friday night.
The Aquis Gold Coast Titans have this morning been made aware of an alleged incident involving co-captain Kevin Proctor last night in Canberra whilst representing New Zealand.
The NRL Integrity Unit have been made aware through New Zealand Rugby League Officials.
Investigations into the alleged incident are on-going and the club will not be making any comment until more information becomes available.
Earlier on Triple M
There are reports that a Canberra man has appeared in court after selling cocaine to two NRL players after the Australia v New Zealand ANZAC test.
According to abc.net.au, Kiwis captain Jesse Browmich and player Kevin Proctor joined a Canberra man in the city's centre, with police spotting the man on CCTV preparing a white substance on his phone before handing it to the two men.
The report says that the two men rolled up cash notes and consumed the substance.
The players were both named in court, but neither has been charged with an offence.
The Storm have been contacted for comment by abc.net.au.
More to follow.