NRL star Josh Reynolds has been cleared of domestic violence allegations after NSW police dropped charges.
Reynolds, 30, had been charged with one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm against his former partner.
However, the Wests Tigers utility has had his charges dropped, and will be available to play in round one of the the 2020 NRL season.
He could feature for the side this weekend in their trial match against New Zealand Warriors.
“This news comes as a great relief to Josh as well as our club,” said Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe.
“Josh has carried himself extremely well throughout what has no doubt been a very stressful time for him and his family, and we look forward to him continuing to play a key role for this club on and off the field in the years to come.”
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