A Bulldogs NRL star at the centre of a school girl sex scandal sent the year-old he invited to his hotel room naked photos of himself with grubby sexual comments on Snapchat. Jayden Okunbor, 23, has been stood down and is likely to be sacked from the club and deregistered from the game for bringing the girl he met on a visit to Newman Senior Technical College to his hotel room in Port Macquarie, NSW, and allegedly having sex with her. Teammate Corey Harawira-Naera, 24, has also been stood down for allegedly having sex with another girl from the same school after he met her while she was working in her casual job. Both incidents happened before the club's trial game against Canberra on February Snapchat images of Okunbor have now surfaced showing the winger asking the teenager to send him naked pictures of herself, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. Canterbury Bulldogs star Jayden Okunbor allegedly asked a year-old schoolgirl for naked photos on Snapchat. Promising winger Jayden Okunbor, 23, has been stood down and is likely to be sacked from the club. NRL players are banned from bringing women to their hotel rooms while they are away playing for their clubs. He said the alleged incident is 'completely unacceptable' and would 'not be tolerated'. Greenberg's comments came less than 24 hours before the Bulldogs were due to take on the Parramatta Eels in the opening game of the season on Thursday night.
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Anthony Weiner is a former member of the United States House of Representatives from New York City who has been involved in multiple sex scandals related to sexting. The first scandal began when Weiner was a Democratic U. He used the social media website Twitter to send a link that contained a sexually suggestive picture of himself to a year-old woman.
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