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Penrith Panthers Player Taylan May Arrested on Domestic Violence Charges

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Penrith Panthers winger Taylan May has been arrested and charged with domestic violence offences. The 22-year-old player was apprehended by the NSW Police following an incident that took place last month. It is alleged that May assaulted a woman known to him during an argument in April, resulting in charges of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and two counts of stalk/intimidate intend fear physical etc harm.

Following his arrest, May was granted bail and is set to appear before the Penrith Local Court on Tuesday, May 28. The NRL Integrity Unit has been informed of the charges, with the Penrith Panthers expressing their awareness of the situation and commitment to cooperating throughout the legal process.

The Panthers, scheduled to face the Warriors in Brisbane during the upcoming Magic Round, have refrained from making further comments at this stage. This incident involving one of their players has raised concerns within the club and prompted a response from both the team management and the league’s integrity oversight body.

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