Saturday, 15 December, 2018

English Rugby Player Danny Cipriani Arrested After Attacking Police Officer In Jersey

Danny Cipriani Arrested & Charged After Assault In Nightclub Danny Cipriani arrested after nightclub incident
Cary Erickson | 16 August, 2018, 17:12

The club stated also said that Cipriani is "very remorseful and "fully accepts the outcome and his punishment" following a 13-minute hearing at Jersey magistrates court on Thursday morning".

The 30-year-old, known away from the sport for his relationships with Kirsty Gallacher, the television presenter, and Kelly Brook and Katie Price, the glamour models, was accused of common assault, larceny, resisting arrest and being disorderly on licensed premises in Jersey.

Mr Cipriani (30), who won his way back into the England fold in South Africa this summer, was fined £500 for assaulting a doorman and £1,500 for resisting arrest and injuring a female police officer.

Two other charges - larceny and being disorderly on licensed premises - were dropped.

The incident occurred at The Royal Yacht hotel in Mulcaster Street in the island's capital, St Helier.

Cipriani said he could have moved overseas but wanted to see if he made Eddie Jones's squad for the South Africa tour.

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Gloucester Rugby have come to the defence of star flyhalf Danny Cipriani following his court appearance in Jersey this morning.

The incident took place at around 2am on Wednesday during a night out as part of Gloucester's pre-season tour.

He has played 16 times for England since his worldwide debut in 2008.

In a statement about his arrest, his club said: "Gloucester Rugby are aware of an incident involving Danny Cipriani in the early hours of Wednesday morning following an incident at a St Helier nightclub".

'The club will be issuing no further comment at this time but will make a further announcement in due course'.