Wests Tigers Player Josh Reynolds Charged With Domestic Violence

NRL player Josh Reynolds is facing a charge of domestic violence, Wests Tigers has confirmed.

A 29-year-old woman has accused Reynolds of assaulting her in early September and leaving her with bruising to her right arm and left leg.

Reynolds attended St George Police Station about 9.40pm on Wednesday night, where he was arrested and charged with assault, occasioning actual bodily ham, domestic violence.

He was granted conditional bail and will appear at Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday, December 18.

A statement from the Wests Tigers said the NRL had been alerted, and Reynolds, along with the team, will continue to work closely with the NRL Integrity Unit and NSW Police as Josh vigorously defends this charge.

Wests did not say if Reynolds would be stood down over the charges.

A spokesman for NRL said: "The NRL takes any allegation of violence or disrespect towards women extremely seriously.

The Integrity Unit is seeking further information from NSW Police before determining any immediate action."