Storm prop Tui Kamikamica a no-show at Brisbane court for attack charge

NRL gamer Tui Kamikamica did disappoint approximately a Brisbane court on Monday for the very first reference of an attack charge connected to a supposed occurrence including a female outside a Brisbane hotel. The 27-year-old Melbourne Storm prop was provided with a notification to appear in 2015 after the supposed occurrence outside an Ann Street service in Perseverance Valley on November 13. Cops will declare a 30-year-old

female was associated with the supposed event, and she was not understood to Mr Kamikamica. The Storm gamer did not appear in Brisbane Arrests Court as needed on Monday, however his Melbourne-based legal representative Bernie Balmer did phone in to the court to represent him. Mr Balmer stated his customer, who was stood down by the NRL after being charged, will be pleading innocent to the single charge of attack occasioning physical harm. As the NRL has stood him down, there is some seriousness in regard to this. I have actually spoken with a lawyer in Queensland in regard to it, we want to get a hearing as quickly as we perhaps can, he said. Magistrate Andrew Moloney prepared an arrest warrant for Mr Kamikamica on Monday, because of his not remaining in court as needed by the notification to appear. However, the warrant will stay on hold up until the case is next heard in court. If Mr Kamikamica does not appear personally at the next reference, the arrest warrant will be activated. The case was adjourned to the Brisbane Magistrates Court on February 9. The Fijian-born forward made his NRL launching for the Melbourne Storm in April 2017. Ever since, he has actually made 55 looks and scored 6 shots


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