Published: Fri, August 17, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Danny Cipriani Pleads Guilty To Two Charges After Nightclub Incident

Danny Cipriani Pleads Guilty To Two Charges After Nightclub Incident

The 30-year-old fly-half, who plays for rugby union side Gloucester, has this morning appeared at Jersey Magistrates' Court over five charges relating to the incident.

English rugby outhalf Danny Cipriani has been arrested and charged by police after reportedly attacking a police officer at a nightclub.

The 30-year-old had been remanded in custody until a hearing today.

"This is why I pleaded guilty to these two charges and all other charges were dropped by the prosecution".

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The Gloucester star pleaded guilty to common assault and resisting arrest and was ordered to pay £250 compensation to a woman police officer.

Cipriani joined Gloucester from Wasps following the 2017-18 Premiership season.

She suffered bruising after Cipriani pushed her in the chest and grabbed her collar and shirt in the incident in St Helier in the early hours of yesterday.

He was in Jersey as part of the club's pre-season preparations.

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Gloucester's summer signing had recently fought his way back into the England squad after a decade's absence and was due to make his debut appearance for his club on Saturday.

Cipriani's career has been littered with off the field sagas that have damaged his reputation with the powers that be and restricted his global career since making his Test debut against Wales in the 2008 Six Nations tournament.

Gloucester Rugby Club initially only said they were "aware of the incident" and would make a further announcement in due course.

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