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Eels' Norman 'dined with criminal figures'

  • Eels' Norman 'dined with criminal figures'

    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 29: Corey Norman of the Eels in action during the round nine NRL match between the Parramatta Eels and the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on April 29, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Corey Norman reportedly dined with a former senior Nomad bikie and an accused criminal before he was allegedly caught in possession of unknown pills at the Star Casino on Friday night.

Parramatta teammate Junior Paulo posted a picture of the dinner onto Instagram on Friday night, while Panthers hooker James Segeyaro was also in attendance with former senior Nomad boss Paulie Younan and accused fraudster and money launderer Rafat Alameddine, according to Fairfax Media.

Alameddine's brother, Talal, is currently locked up in Goulburn Supermax after being charged with supplying the gun used to murder accountant Curtis Cheng outside the NSW Police building last October.

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Rafat is also currently on bail after being charged with million-dollar fraud offences.

Meanwhile, Younan is a former senior Nomad bikie boss, who has previously spent time in prison for an alleged kidnapping before charges were dropped.

It is unknown whether either Paulo or Segeyaro were still with Norman and his group when capsules were allegedly seized outside the casino later that night.

Separate reports from News Corp allege that the several capsules were found in a small container on Norman before a friend claimed they were his.

"Any information that is not in the police media report should be deemed incorrect at this stage," Norman's manager Paul Sutton told News Corp.

Paulo removed the photo of the dinner from social media on Sunday night.

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