Jarryd Hayne imprisoned for five years and nine months

 

Former Australian Rugby League player, Jarryd Hayne have been imprisoned for five years and nine months for explicitly harassing a lady in 2018. 


Hayne, 33, was seen assaulting the 26-year-old woman in her home however denied the charges in court. 


Hayne was one of the National Rugby League's most high-profile competitors and twice won the player of the year grant. He played 11 Tests for Australia, assisting them with winning the 2013 World Cup. 


The lady told the court in Newcastle, north of Sydney today that she had been harmed by the assault "however I'm actually standing". 


"I felt grimy and disregarded. He caused me to feel like an object and was gazing directly through me," she said in a casualty sway articulation on Thursday, May 6. 


Investigators said Hayne had attacked the lady in her room, causing two wounds. The casualty's mom was likewise at the Newcastle home at that point and Hayne left a while later in a taxi, the court heard. 


The previous Rugby League player demanded that all sexual action had been consensual and that the wounds had been incidental. 


However, at Thursday's condemning hearing, District Court Judge Helen Syme said Hayne had been "completely mindful that the casualty was not consenting and went on at any rate". 


"The dependability and genuineness of the casualty's proof was tried finally and in my view, her unwavering quality was not in question. She said no multiple times," the appointed authority said, cited by telecaster ABC. 


With the present condemning Hayne should serve in any event three years and eight months prior to being qualified for parole.

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