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NSW Police ordered to pay $100,000 in costs to NRL star Curtis Scott after ‘terrifying’ Sydney arrest – ABC News

A magistrate describes the arrest of Canberra Raiders star Curtis Scott as “like watching gratuitous violence off the dark web” as she orders NSW Police to pay a $100,000 legal bill over the January incident.

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A Sydney magistrate has hit NSW Police with a $100,000 legal bill over the “terrifying” arrest of NRL player Curtis Scott in January.

  • The actions of Senior Constable Christopher Bucknell were described as “terrifying”
  • The NRL has recently recommended a $15,000 fine for Scott
  • Scott was arrested after he was found sleeping at Moore Park in January

Scott, who plays for Canberra Raiders, was charged with multiple offences including assaulting police and resisting …

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