Richmond soccer player Sydney Stack has been arrested and denied bail after allegedly violating Western Australia’s strict Covid-19 laws

Stack was released on 10 Authorization to enter WA via South Australia for compassionate reasons on December 12th.After arriving in WA, Stack received instructions to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days at a nominated address in Northam, about 60 miles east-northeast of Perth Found by police at 1 Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Perth Party District of Northbridge

He was also found to have lived in a residence in Belmont and not at his nominated quarantine address in Northam

The 20-year-old, who played 26 games for Richmond, was charged with violating an instruction. He was denied bail and is due to go on Sunday the 20th December, appear before Perth Magistrates Court

The alleged injury ended a hot year for Stack, who received a 10-game AFL ban and was banned from Queensland in September for an incident outside a Gold Coast Strip club, Stack and Tigers team-mate Callum Coleman-Jones broke That night the AFL’s return-to-play logs, which resulted in them engaging in a fight around 3:30 p.m.

“I’m very sorry, I take it seriously and now I can do nothing but own the consequences,” Stack wrote on Instagram. “I have the AFL, the club I love, my teammates, coaches and Employees, their (sic) members and the tiger army left in the lurch”

“I have also let down my family, friends and everyone who helped me. Thank you to those who support me at the moment, I just hope that I can build trust in myself again in the future” / P>

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