Former Queensland Rugby League player’s parents speak out – The Hindu

Former Queensland player and father of a player at the Queensland Rugby Union, Stephen Thomas, has spoken out about the incident and its impact on his life.

“I feel very hurt, really hurt,” he said.

“They are making a big thing out of it and it doesn’t matter if it’s true or not.

I’m not going to be able to play any more.””

My heart hurts.

I’m not going to be able to play any more.”

He said he was forced to turn his back on the game and his family and friends when the police arrived to question him.

“It’s very hard for me to say goodbye,” he told AAP.

“When they ask me why I’m leaving I say ’cause I have family.”

And I’ve been told that the police want me to come back to Brisbane and they’re asking me what I want to do, and that’s it.

“The incident occurred during a game between the Brisbane Heat and the Western Sydney Wanderers in February, the first of a series of incidents in which Thomas and fellow Queensland player Matt Hogg had been involved.

Thomas and Hogg were charged with assault and causing hurt.

Both men pleaded not guilty.

The charge of assault and damage to a person’s property was dismissed last month after the victim’s family said he did not want to go to trial.

Thomas was released from custody after spending the night in jail.

He was later found guilty and fined $150.

Thomas’ father said his son was still traumatised by the incident.”

He’s really upset about it,” he explained.”

We’re still waiting for the report from the police and the report will come back saying he was not guilty.

There’s no way he’s going to do something like that again. “

He was going through a difficult time in his life and he’s got a good family,” he continued.

“There’s no way he’s going to do something like that again.

A spokeswoman for the Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission (CCCC) said the commission was aware of the case and had spoken to Thomas.”

The commission is aware of an allegation of assault by Stephen Thomas and will work with the Queensland Police to determine if an investigation is warranted and the appropriate charges will be laid,” the spokeswoman said.

However, the spokeswoman did not confirm or deny whether the charges had been laid or if the charges would be dealt with by the courts.