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Former NRL Player Pleads Not Guilty To Drug Supply

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Former NRL Player Pleads Not Guilty To Drug Supply

Former NRL player Paul Carter has pleaded not guilty to cocaine supplying charges at the Sydney Downing Centre Local Court this morning.

The former Roosters, Rabbitohs and Titans player is accused of supplying Newcastle's Shaun Kenny-Dowall with 0.29g of cocaine in May.

Police have alleged that they have CCTV vision which shows Carter supplying SKD with the drug.

SKD was found with cocaine in his possession at the Ivy nightclub. He was given a good behaviour bond in June after admitting to possession.

Carter's case has been adjourned to October 4.

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