Uh oh. Gold Coast Suns may be caught up in cocaine saga

NEAFL Gold Coast Suns coach Josh Fraser (in the green vest)
NEAFL Gold Coast Suns coach Josh Fraser (in the green vest) Contributed

COCAINE use has been established among Gold Coast Suns players, according to intelligence reports.

Players at the club came to the attention of police two years ago over allegations they were using cocaine and supplying the drug amongst themselves

Police reports allege that Gold Coast Suns players used cocaine in private properties in 2012. 

The suspected drug use did not happen during the football season and that staff at the club were not informed, News Corp Australia reported.

The reports allege one current Gold Coast Suns player obtained cocaine on more than one occasion and supplied it to teammates.

Read more at Brisbane Times

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