28.09.2021

Richmond Tigers investigate ANOTHER image of topless woman

The Richmond Tigers have called for an investigation after a second racy image of a topless woman emerged following their AFL premiership victory.

The first photo, showing a topless woman wearing a 2017 premiers medal belonging to an unknown player, began circulating on social media last week.

A few days later a second photo emerged, showing a brunette standing with her back to a Richmond Tigers wall, naked and holding an AFL ball.

A second racy photo has emerged, showing a brunette standing with her back to a Richmond Tigers wall, naked and holding an AFL ball

A second racy photo has emerged, showing a brunette standing with her back to a Richmond Tigers wall, naked and holding an AFL ball

An image of a topless woman wearing a 2017 premiers medal belonging to an unknown player has been circulating on social media

An image of a topless woman wearing a 2017 premiers medal belonging to an unknown player has been circulating on social media

Richmond smashed Adelaide by 48 points in the AFL Grand Final to claim their first premiership in nearly four decades

Richmond smashed Adelaide by 48 points in the AFL Grand Final to claim their first premiership in nearly four decades

Richmond president Peggy O’Neal said she was confident her club had begun an internal investigation into the photographs.

‘I would expect that there’s an investigation going on now,’ O’Neal said on ABC.

‘I’m just not across the facts. It’s just been brought to my attention very recently within the last few hours but I understand that something’s going on.’

She said individual AFL clubs were ‘much more strict on themselves than the AFL’ in regards to policies relating to respect and responsibility. 

‘I don’t think that, what looks like something that could be humiliating has happened with one player, is what the entire AFL is about,’ she added.

Richmond president Peggy O'Neal said she was confident her club had begun an internal investigation into the photographs

Richmond president Peggy O’Neal said she was confident her club had begun an internal investigation into the photographs

Martin and teammate Jack Riewoldt capped off a week of non-stop celebrations at the popular dance club on Thursday (pictured)

The Norm Smith Medal winner was spotted wearing aviator sunglasses while putting on an impromptu show in front of a heaving crowd at a Melbourne nightclub (pictured)

Martin and teammate Jack Riewoldt capped off a week of non-stop celebrations at the popular dance club on Thursday (pictured)

Last week an image of a topless woman wearing a 2017 premiers medal belonging to an unknown player has been circulating on social media.

A person sent the photo in to Melbourne’s 3AW and said it had been doing the rounds within the AFL community.

‘Obviously there was one player happy to share the spoils of his footballing prowess,’ the caller said.

The image started being sent around last week and has been the topic of conversation among fans on Twitter speculating who’s medal the woman is wearing.

The bare-breasted woman appears to be posing for the photo and looks to be standing in a bedroom.

 

It is not known when the image was taken but it has began circulating in the days following the Tigers winning the flag on the last day of September.

‘Rumour is that the AFL has a long way to go in its education of respect for women amongst the AFL players,’ the caller told 3AW.

Richmond smashed Adelaide by 48 points in the AFL Grand Final to claim their first premiership in
nearly four decades.

Dustin Martin racked up three medals in a week, taking home the Brownlow, Norm Smith and premiers insignia.

Dustin Martin racked up three medals in a week, taking home the Brownlow, Norm Smith and premiers insignia

Dustin Martin racked up three medals in a week, taking home the Brownlow, Norm Smith and premiers insignia

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