Texts North Queensland Cowboys star sent club staffer after having sex with her in toilet

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A North Queensland Cowboys player accused of having sex with a staff member in an airport toilet and a team hotel allegedly sent the married woman raunchy text messages included one telling her ‘you taste so good’.

A complaint lodged to the NRL Integrity Unit by the Cowboys employee’s husband claimed one of the sexual encounters occurred in a Brisbane Airport Qantas Lounge toilet on Father’s Day 2018.

The player and the club staffer also allegedly had sexual intercourse two days earlier at a hotel during a trip to the Gold Coast for an away game.

The NRL has come under fire for its handling of the nine-page complaint amid claims they did not properly investigate the allegations about the Cowboys star.

The husband’s complaint claims he discovered the affair when he found Facebook messenges between his wife and the player speaking about their tryst.

A North Queensland Cowboys player is in hot water after allegedly having sex with a married club staff member in an airport toilet (stock photo not of the player involved)

A North Queensland Cowboys player is in hot water after allegedly having sex with a married club staff member in an airport toilet (stock photo not of the player involved)

‘I see why [your husband] gets jealous – you taste so good,’ one message read according to The Daily Telegraph

Once the woman’s husband learned of his wife’s betrayal he was outraged and allegedly given Valium by a member of the club, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

A letter sent to the integrity unit in October 2019 by the husband’s lawyer, John Sneddon, claims Valium was given to him to ‘help him cope with the shock’ of the affair.  

The North Queensland Cowboys issued a statement on the incident on Saturday afternoon. 

‘The North Queensland Cowboys are aware of a series of allegations published by the Sydney Morning Herald today,’ the statement read. 

‘The club is providing its full support to the parties involved as their well-being is of utmost importance. 

‘As the NRL is currently investigating the allegations, it is not appropriate for the club or its connected parties to make any further comment.’ 

The Cowboys star allegedly sent the married woman raunchy text messages included one telling her ‘you taste so good’ (text mocked-up above)

Sneddon claims he was told in early October the investigation was going to be ‘progressed’, citing the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as the reason for delay. 

The alleged affair caused the club staffer’s marriage to break down, with the husband sending a text message to the wife of the player involved in late 2018.

‘[Name removed], I know you wouldn’t like me texting you but I feel no one but you could understand how I am feeling. I only found out today [his wife] gets to keep her job at the Cowboys,’ the devastated husband wrote. 

The husband said he was ‘so gutted’ about the alleged cheating and said he ‘lost everything’ including his wife and family.

‘I feel so worthless after what they have done but to know that they will still see each other at the club is so hurtful for me. I just can’t believe they are covering [the wife’s] tracks and will still let her travel with the team. 

The alleged sexual tryst occurred in a Qantas Lounge toilet on Father's Day in 2018 as the Cowboys were travelling to Towsnville via Brisbane (stock image not of the player involved)

The alleged sexual tryst occurred in a Qantas Lounge toilet on Father’s Day in 2018 as the Cowboys were travelling to Towsnville via Brisbane (stock image not of the player involved)

‘I feel like no one gives a f*** about how we might feel about it.

‘I guess I should just realise I am nobody and not important to anybody especially to [his wife], the Cowboys and obviously [the player] who felt my wife was also his property. I won’t bother you ever again. I promise not to ring or text again. I am sorry.’ 

The NRL integrity unit said a lack of co-operation was behind the delay.

‘Where complaints are made to police or other regulatory bodies we are mindful not to prejudice or cut-across those processes with our own investigations,’ said a spokesman for the NRL.

‘The NRL will progress its investigation and is unable to provide further comment.’ 

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