BREAKING NEWS: Paul Kent is charged with domestic violence offences after outspoken Fox Sports pundit allegedly choked a woman in Sydney
- Veteran NRL journalist Paul Kent was arrested in Sydney’s west on Friday
- Police responded to an alleged domestic incident involving a man and woman
- The NRL 360 co-host has been charged with assault by the police
Fox Sports and Daily Telegraph rugby league journalist Paul Kent has been arrested on domestic violence charges.
According to Nine News, police were called to a home in Lilyfield in Sydney’s inner West suburbs on Friday morning, after an alleged incident involving a 52-year-old man and a 33-year-old-woman.
The pair were both arrested for their role in the altercation, with the woman subsequently released without charges.
Kent, who co-hosts the NRL 360 show on FOX League alongside former NRL star Braith Anasta, was reportedly arrested and charged with assault and with intentionally choking a person without consent.
Nine News added he will face court later this week.
NRL journalist Paul Kent was arrested and charged with assault on Friday in Sydney
One of the most outspoken and recognisable pundits in the NRL, Kent has been a regular co-host of NRL 360 since the show launched in 2013.
More to follow.