Curtis Scott and his girlfriend are garnering media attention in recent times. He has reportedly been caught on camera involved in an ugly fight.
Scott is an Australian professional rugby league footballer. He is currently playing for the Canberra Raiders as a center in the NRL. The Sydney native has also played for Melbourne Storm.
Recently, Raiders star was caught on footage video as he allegedly broke a man’s nose in a violent fight at a nightclub.
Curtis Scott Girlfriend: Who Is He Dating?
Curtis Scott is dating his girlfriend who can be seen on his Instagram.
Moreover, he has recently posted his girlfriend’s picture on his Instagram on May 12 but has not revealed her name in the public domain.
The couple is happily dating each other.
We can find his Instagram post with her girlfriend with a ‘locked key’ emoticons on it.
Previously, Scott had a relationship with Tay Clark. They attended Endeavour Sports High. Scott and Clark separated in 2019, which coincided with the Storm dropping Scott to reserve grade.
Curtis Scott has been caught fighting in footage video.
Canberra star Scott was allegedly filmed on CCTV in an altercation at Kokomo’s in the nation’s capital city nightclub.
— 9News Sydney (@9NewsSyd) June 6, 2021
According to the footage video, Scott was seen punching another man several times, resulting in a broken nose and concussion.
Following the incident, Scott was reportedly forced to leave the nightclub. However, police were not involved, and any charges have not been relayed.
The Raiders are yet to release an official statement regarding his incident but Channel 9 journalist Weidler reports that the club is already aware of the incident.
More About Fight
Curtis Scott was also tasered and arrested last year after an ugly incident in Moore Park.
Reports suggest that Scott kicked and punched a police officer in the face with officers using a taser before arresting him following a drinking session with Raider teammates.
In addition to that, he was charged with multiple charges, including resisting arrest and assaulting police, but all charges were later dropped in court.