The Australian wife of Australian Football player Nathan Hughes is being accused of being “totally unprofessional” after her husband was left in a “state of shock” by the marriage, which ended on Monday night.
Ms Hughes, 28, is believed to have made a formal complaint to the NRL and the Victorian Government’s anti-discrimination commission (ADA), which has been investigating the marriage since its beginning.
Key points:AUSTRALIAN WOMAN SAYS “IT’S AN ABUSE OF POWER” TO TAKE OUT HER OWN SELF-ADMINISTRATION After being left in tears by her husband, she said she would take her case to the Victorian Supreme Court to seek legal advice Ms Hughes is understood to have left the NRL on Monday and is understood not to have spoken to her husband since.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Ms Hughes said she was “very proud of Nathan’s commitment to me, my children and my community”.
“He has never expressed any ill will towards anyone, and I hope that this will give him the courage to move forward and get on with his life,” she said.
Ms Hughes’ statement read: “I am so grateful for Nathan’s unconditional support and support from the entire family, including the support of my husband. “
The best way to deal with a situation like this is to talk to your loved one about it, to try and work through any issues together.”
Ms Hughes’ statement read: “I am so grateful for Nathan’s unconditional support and support from the entire family, including the support of my husband.
I’m also very proud of his commitment to my community, and that he has been able to continue his professional career at the highest level.
Nathan has always been very honest about the fact that I have a mental illness and I feel like I’ve been treated very unfairly and unfairly by the NRL.”
She said her family had been devastated by the incident, and her husband would be going to a “different place” and “not a very good place”.
She said the “tough times” had left her “sick, with no hope”.
“I’ve been through a lot of tough times and I’ve always known that I’m going to get through it,” she wrote.
Ms Hughes is the first Australian woman to have sued the NRL for its treatment of players since a similar claim against the NRL was heard in the Victorian Court of Appeal in April.
The NRL was ordered to pay damages to the family of a former player in the case, but that decision was stayed.