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Canberra Raiders’ star recruit charged with assaulting police

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Curtis Scott was tasered after allegedly assaulting an officer.

Canberra Raiders' star recruit Curtis Scott will face court after allegedly kicking and punching police officer near the Sydney Cricket Ground in the early hours of this morning.

Police said they were called to Moore Park at 12.45am after reports Curtis was "acting erratically" and when they arrived, he "allegedly became aggressive".

A NSW Police spokesman said Scott was tasered after allegedly assaulting an officer who was trying to arrest him.

He has been charged with six offences including two counts of assaulting police, two counts of behaving in an offensive manner, one of resisting arrest and remaining on Trust lands after being requested to leave.

The 23-year-old was taken to Surry Hills Police Station but granted bail this morning.

As part of his bail conditions Scott is not allowed to enter Centennial Park lands Trust area or the Moore Park Entertainment Precinct unless in the company of his manager Sam Ayoub.

He is also not allowed to drink alcohol in a public place.

Scott is expected to face court at Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court on February 20.

Source: 9News

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