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In the wake of an NRL off season where sex tapes have been released and players have been charged with and accused of serious crimes, a number of women involved have spoken out. NRL CEO Todd Greenberg admitted he has seen some of the videos in circulation, including one where an alleged NRL player has his foot on the back of a women's head and said he is "horrified" but there was no evidence the sex was not consensual. However Greenberg stands accused of not responding to an email from Belinda Medlyn, a former Penthouse Pet and stripper, who had a relationship with and a child to former NRL star Bodene Thompson.
That relationship began with a salacious tryst at a Townsville nightclub, where she put the notion to him of having a threesome with Thompson and another man. In her story she alleges that Thompson then provided her with images of his teammates so she could see who she wanted to have group sex with.
Medlyn remained fully aware that she played a role in the scenario that played out but now, later on and with a child she admits it left her feeling like an "object". Medlyn ended up pregnant and the paternity test said the child was " And while footage heard an off camera Thompson seemingly playing the role of proud dad to his newborn when he could be heard to say "hello my boy, you're opening your eyes right now, hey my son," the relationship soon soured with Medlyn seeking support from the NRL and Thompson's club.
She said she sent an email to the NRL and his club with all the contents of the relationship, the group sex, the child and child support payment issues — she alleges she was met with a threat as a response from Thompson's lawyers. As for Thompson he was asked if he regretted his behaviour and simply gave a curt answer. While Greenberg took his stance against the recording and sharing of sex videos by players former NRL star Todd Carney, who has been at the centre of plenty of scandals, but none that were sexual said that he believed the women involved would have known the videos were being taken.
While the NRL was the focus, the AFL did not get off lightly either, with one woman claiming she and a friend were recently filmed by AFL players without their consent. And although they might have stopped she believes the players would have shared the video but left a plea for them. Do the right thing by me.