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November 21, 2019
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Storm Star to face the NRL Integrity Unit and questioning by the Storm

Kamikamica along with other Storm players viz. Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Suliasi Vunivalu was in Bali. The trio was enjoying some time together after a grueling NRL season.

There they went to a popular nightclub, Mr Sippy, they were drinking spirits such as tequila out of the bottle and dancing, before they head to La Favela, a popular restaurant & bar. 

At La Favela only things took a turn for the worse, due to which Vunivalu was reportedly king-hit, and Asofa-Solomona fired up.

However, it is still not clear whether Asofa-Solomona will play for New Zealand later this year or not.

The Storm Star has been flown home in order to face the NRL Integrity Unit and questioning by the Storm.

Storm released a statement on Sunday night that reads: “Melbourne Storm has reported an incident involving a member of our NRL squad currently on holidays in Bali to the NRL’s Integrity Unit. Storm has launched a full investigation into what has occurred. Storm takes these type of incidents very seriously and will not be making any further public comment at this time.”

The NRL however confirmed they were looking into the matter.

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