Anthony Seibold’s “Troll” became known as a former referee referee in...

Anthony Seibold’s “Troll” became known as a former referee referee in...
Anthony Seibold’s “Troll” became known as a former referee referee in...
Identified sources have said that the individual’s association with the NSWRL was a part-time referee officer in the regional NSW.

NRL Integrity Unit investigators spoke to the person. The person is believed to have passed on the rumors about Seibold rather than inciting them, but their status in the game was so low that the matter was not followed up by headquarters.

It was reported on Tuesday by The Australian The fact that he was hired by the European cybercrime firm Seibold had given him the names of better-known personalities who are said to have been involved in the spread of rumors. However, by Tuesday afternoon, neither Seibold nor his legal team had given any additional names, according to league sources.

Seibold was contacted on Tuesday and said, “The NRL Integrity Unit received the report which was presented to my attorney and attorney [Broncos chairman] Karl Morris a few weeks ago. I have nothing more to add to the matter, as it has also been turned over to the police. ”

According to NRL sources, there have not yet been any registered players or officials under the names Seibold gave them and it is definitely doubtful that there is any way to get to the bottom of those who started the rumors.


Because of this, there is no active investigation into the Seibold Affair at the NRL, though officials are desperate for what he endured in the final months of his term in Brisbane, which ended prematurely with the team en route for a first-time Wooden Spoon.

It also turns out that the NSW police are not investigating the Seibold trolling, and it is unlikely to be because the safety of the trainer or his family has not been threatened, as uncomfortable and hurtful as the stories that were posted were told about him. The lack of cyber bullying laws in Australia also makes it difficult for police to respond to Seibold’s case, despite the fact that Queensland police are investigating a complaint by the 46-year-old.

Seibold told 60 minutes His last months had been “pretty tough”, especially on Sunday. “In a way, it’s like the wild west out there,” he said. “My situation went viral through defamatory comments. My reputation has been ruined in many ways. ”

He said he would “like to see some people held accountable”.

However, the chances of the former Dally M Coach of the Year getting the result he wanted after this sordid affair are dwindling day by day.

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