Collingwood star Jack Crisp is under investigation over a leaked video that has surfaced on social media.
The video shows a man scrolling through various Snapchat images, many of which show a bearded Crisp on top of messages, some of which refer to illicit substances.
Then it displays a graphic image. It is not known if the image is of Crisp, nor how old the content is.
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“Collingwood Football Club is made aware of a video circulating online tonight involving AFL player Jack Crisp,” the Magpies said in a statement.
“The club have been in contact with the AFL and will work on the situation before providing any further updates.”
Former Collingwood president Eddie McGuire suggested on Wednesday night’s Footy Classified that the video is “historic, going back several years.”
The great Essendon Matthew Lloyd added: “It is difficult for all parties involved. Jack, his whole family and Collingwood heading into tomorrow’s game, but more importantly as a family, that’s where it really hits hard.”
Crisp has played 203 AFL games, including 185 for Collingwood and 18 for Brisbane.
In all, he has played a league-leading 191 consecutive games.
In 2014, while at the Lions, Crisp was found to have placed bets totaling $129 on the AFL.
He was fined $5,000 and ordered to undergo counseling.