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Image appears to show Bailey Smith holding bag of white powder while suspended for headbutt

Photograph appears to show Western Bulldogs AFL star Bailey Smith holding a bag of white powder – as membership launches investigation

  • Image appears to show Bulldogs star holding a bag of white powder
  • Smith is at present suspended for headbutting Geelong’s Zach Tuohy 
  • It comes simply days after Smith expressed regret for the headbutt incident
  • On the headbutt, Smith mentioned ‘I let my feelings get the higher of me’ 

Images are circulating on-line of suspended Western Bulldogs AFL star Bailey Smith showing to maintain up a bag containing white powder to the digicam.

The star midfielder is at present serving a two-game suspension for headbutting Geelong’s Zach Tuohy.

The image appears to show suspended Western Bulldogs star Bailey Smith holding up a bag of white powder

The picture appears to show suspended Western Bulldogs star Bailey Smith holding up a bag of white powder

SEN reporter Sam Edmund Tweeted that there’s additionally video footage circulating that allegedly exhibits Smith at a celebration.

‘A photograph showing to show Bulldogs celebrity Bailey Smith with a bag of white powder has surfaced,’ he Tweeted.

‘A video can also be in circulation of Smith at a celebration the place he leans away from the digicam earlier than returning. It’s unclear after they had been recorded. Dogs have been contacted for remark.’

The Dogs have launched the next assertion: ‘The Western Bulldogs are conscious of photos of Bailey Smith circulating on social media. The Club is investigating the legitimacy of these photos and isn’t in a position to remark additional right now.’ 

Daily Mail Australia doesn’t insinuate that Smith has executed something unlawful. Smith has been contacted for remark. 

Tuohy reacts after receiving a headbutt from Bailey Smith during the 2022 AFL Round 12 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Geelong Cats at Marvel Stadium

Tuohy reacts after receiving a headbutt from Bailey Smith throughout the 2022 AFL Round 12 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Geelong Cats at Marvel Stadium

Earlier this week Smith expressed his regret for the headbutt incident and mentioned he had let his feelings get the higher of him,

‘I’m disillusioned to be lacking the subsequent two matches, and remorse that I will not have the ability to assist my teammates on the sphere throughout that interval,’ he mentioned.

‘I perceive what occurred was outdoors of what’s anticipated of AFL gamers. Unfortunately, I let my feelings get the higher of me, which is out of character for me.

‘I’m decided to come again in a pair of weeks to proceed giving 100 per cent for my teammates and the membership.’

 Smith was on the centre of one other social media incident following the Western Bulldogs AFL grand last loss to the Melbourne Demons final season.

Video appeared on social media platform TikTok of Smith at a nightclub boasting about being awake for 48 hours and his need for feminine consideration.

‘At the tip of the day it is concerning the f***king ticka. We’re right here proper, we’re right here. We ain’t slept in 48 hours. Sleep is for the f**cking weak,’ he mentioned within the video.

A criticism was additionally made in opposition to Smith by a 22-year-old Gold Coast man who accused Smith of pushing him outdoors of a pub final October. No prices had been laid by Queensland Police.

‘The membership has performed its personal investigation and is glad that no additional motion is required at this cut-off date,’ the membership mentioned in an announcement on the time.

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