Radradra did not turn up to Eels training on Wednesday as agreed with the club, and has been given a further extension for his break in Fiji.
The winger’s partner has also accused him of alleged assault on a number of occasions and has taken out an apprehended violence order against him.
Radradra has been ordered to face court on July 5.
Parramatta said in a statement: “The Eels have informed the NRL Integrity Unit, and the club will continue to work with the relevant authorities.
“As these allegations have been referred to police, the club will be making no further comment at this time on this particular matter.
“The Parramatta Eels have, through their welfare staff, been providing ongoing programs and services to Semi Radradra and his family, and will continue to offer support as required to all staff, players and family members at the club.”
Radradra is expected to leave the Eels for a big money offer in France.