Tyrone May is set to face court after allegedly filming two women without consent.

He's been formally charged.


5 March 2019

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Penrith Panthers player Tyrone May has been charged after allegedly filming and distributing sexual acts with two women without their knowledge and consent.

In February 2018, the 22-year-old allegedly filmed a sexual act with a woman at Coffs Harbour.

It is further alleged that in May 2018 he also filmed a sexual act with another woman at Kingswood.

Police have been told that while the sexual acts were consensual, the women were unaware they were being filmed.

These recordings were also allegedly distributed without their consent.

Over the past few days, the women became aware the existence of the videos and contacted police.

Following inquiries, about 9am today, May presented at Penrith Police Station where he was arrested.

He has now been charged with two counts of recording intimate image without consent, and two counts of disseminate image without consent.

He granted conditional bail to appear before Penrith Local Court on Wednesday 1 May 2019.

Inquiries are continuing.

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