Released: 23:24 GMT, 13. November 2020 | Updated: 01:43 GMT, 14. November 2020
The love child of a former international doubles soccer star was accused of cheating on a young woman out of nearly $ 9,000 to pay for baby products.
Jackson Watson, 22, who is the son of Brisbane Broncos and Wallabies legend Wendell Sailor after a brief affair in 1998, has received a court order asking him to repay the debt to a woman he met online Has.
The allegations come after Watson escaped conviction on two domestic violence charges against his mother Amy Watson on the NSW Central Coast earlier this month.
The charges included spitting and walking around with a knife.
Jackson Watson (pictured right) with his father, Wendell Sailor (center) – Watson has been ordered to repay a woman he met online to pay back $ 9,000
Facebook messages filed as part of the Gold Coast woman’s civil motion revealed that Watson had “asked for money” to buy diapers and prescriptions for his young daughter, pay for car repairs, and help care for his ailing grandmother help – and promised to repay “for the life of my family”, reported the courier post.
The 20-year-old Gold Coast woman said she entered into an online relationship with Watson earlier this year and agreed to loan him the generous amount of money.
The hotel worker said Watson first asked to borrow cash from the in July Understanding it would be repaid through a number of internet bank transfers.
Jackson Watson (pictured right) has been accused of cheating on a young woman he met online for nearly $ 9,000
“In the days that followed, Jackson requested additional funds and re-confirmed these transfers were in my account,” she said.
“Days passed in which he kept making excuses / lies about why I have not yet received this money in my account.”
The woman also said numerous banks told her Watson’s alleged wire transfers were fake, and a credit company confirmed that his story was fabricated.
More Facebook messages between the two saw Watson jokingly refer to himself as “father of the year” before the angry woman said he was “sick for it”. You owe me 9.5k now. Go get a loan. You are a compulsive liar. You need help ‘.
After the woman tried to clear the matter with the police, she later filed a civil complaint with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal ordered Watson to repay her $ 8,775.
She received court orders in Queensland and NSW last month to enforce the debt.
The woman later said she felt “like an absolute idiot” for sending the money to Watson, but she trusted him.
Last month, Sailor’s other son, Tristan Sailor, the aspiring NRL star, was charged with aggravated sexual assault charges of drugging his alleged victim before seeing her after an encounter at a hotel in Bondi, east Sydney violently raped, was released on bail under strict conditions.
Prosecutor Shannon Ryan told the Woollongong court that the alleged victim had been sedated without her knowledge prior to the incident, which means she was unable to give consent.
The seaman’s attorney, Richard Pontello, said in court on Sunday that his client admitted to having sex with the alleged victim, 24 but denied that it was without consent, and further denied giving the woman any drugs.
As part of his bail, Sailor must live at his parents’ Woollongong address, maintain a nightly curfew, visit no licensed premises, and only have a cell phone.
The case will be referred back to the Sutherland District Court on December 3rd.
Up-and-coming NRL star Tristan Sailor (pictured above) was charged with aggravated sexual assault following an alleged incident in October. He’s on bail
The two-time international Wendell Sailor (picture left with son Tristan) has another son after an affair in 1998
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