It was questioned two players Ulster rugby by police about alleged sexual offenses.
The Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding two of the three men
and questioned following an incident at the property in South Belfast on June 28.
The arrests took place in June, but details have just emerged.
Police said a file would be prepared for submission to the public prosecution.
Paddy Jackson (24 years) were not included in the 27-man Ireland squad
to face New Zealand on Saturday in Chicago for his description IRFU (Irish Rugby Football Union) press release on Monday to “personal reasons.”
Olding is currently sidelined with a thigh injury flexor.
Jackson has been capped 16 times for Ireland, while Olding center, 23,
has played four times. Certified the men Belfast,
two of the stars of the Ulster Rugby and has played regularly this season.
Police Service of Northern Ireland said (PSNI):
“Police arrested two men, aged 24 and one man aged 23 on Thursday,
June 30 in relation to a number of sexual offenses reported to have taken place at a property in south Belfast on June 28 .
“The men have been interviewed and released from prison.
The file will be prepared for submission to the General Prosecutor’s Office (PPS).
“Fourth man aged 24, will be informed of PPS in relation to this incident to divert the course of justice.”
The lawyer said Paddy Jackson said in a statement his client rejected the allegations has cooperated fully with the police.
Ulster Rugby also issued a statement:
“Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding PSNI has been helping with the investigation,” read.
“The players denied any wrongdoing, has not been charged with any offense.
Has also been brought forward any fees, it would be inappropriate to give further details.”
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