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Video shows NRL star arguing with estranged girlfriend

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In the clip, Wests Tigers player Josh Reynolds accuses Arabella del Busso of “barging” into his house.

The NRL Integrity unit is investigating a video that is circulating online of an NRL star, which shows him yelling at his now-estranged girlfriend in a heated argument.

In the clip, Wests Tigers player Josh Reynolds accuses Arabella del Busso of "barging" into his house.

"Give me my phone, honestly," he says to Ms del Busso.

Video shows NRL star Josh Reynolds arguing with estranged girlfriend.

"Where's my (inaudible), What's wrong with ya?" he yells.

"I don't even know Josh", the woman says, who seems to be filming the encounter from bed.

"Can you get out? Get out of my house, I want you out now," he says.

"I want you out now or I'm going to flip it, I'm going to f---ing flip it.

"I swear to god I am going to flip it."

Josh Reynolds and his now-estranged girlfriend Arabella Del Busso.

Reynolds then goes on to call the woman a "dog", a liar, and accuses her of barging into his house.

Reynolds faced court in December 2019 and plead not guilty to assaulting Ms del Busso in an alleged incident unrelated to the video.

The 30-year-old was charged that month with assault occasioning actual bodily harm of Ms del Busso at Caringbah South in September.

His lawyer Daniel McGirr told Sutherland Court at the time they would be calling experts to give evidence about the "medication she was on that caused the bruising".

Josh Reynolds outside court on December 18. 2019.

9News understands the video was taken after the alleged incident, but before del Busso complained to police.

The public release of the video prompted Wests Tigers to issue a statement, confirming to 9News it is aware of the video.

"Both Josh and Wests Tigers have previously alerted NSW Police and the NRL Integrity Unit as to this matter, and will continue to work closely with them as required."

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"As the subject matter is presently before the courts, Wests Tigers will be making no further comment."

The next hearing is set for July.

Source: 9News

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