Penrith have passed the name of a player from another club to the NRL integrity unit in the belief that person might be responsible for the distribution of lewd footage.
The Panthers have spoken to several players of theirs, who have reason to believe it might be another NRL player from a rival club.
Penrith have since given that name to the NRL integrity unit for further investigation.
Tyrone May last week featured in a video that was distributed on social media, while two other Panthers players also met with the integrity unit on Monday after more videos surfaced.
The Panthers are bracing for even more footage to be shared n the coming days, according to NRL.com.