South Sydney prop Zane Musgrove is to appear in court facing charges of domestic violence against his former partner.
Musgrove has pleaded not guilty to two counts of common assault, one related to domestic violence, and another offence of causing damage to property.
The incident happened in July this year. The prop has not played for Souths this season.
Musgrove will face court over the charges on Wednesday.
In a statement South Sydney said: "The Rabbitohs were made aware of the incident and immediately informed the NRL's Integrity Unit.
"Musgrove was immediately stood down from playing duties but has since been reinstated following his plea of not guilty to the charges when facing court on 11 July 2018. This course of conduct was supported and endorsed by the NRL's Integrity Unit.
"Musgrove is scheduled to again appear in court on 19 September 2018. The South Sydney Football Club takes allegations of domestic violence very seriously and will take decisive action should the charges be proven.
"The Rabbitohs will be making no further comment on this issue until after the court proceedings."