Thanks. It’s understood the group is aware that the crime he allegedly committed was unacceptable and therefore any support is somewhat conditional.“What we have made clear to the lawyers is that there is a groundswell of support from those pockets,” Brayshaw said.“There is also an acceptance that we are really ignorant of the fine detail as to the nature of the charges, legal process and where to from here.It’s understood members of West Coast teams, where Laidley spent five seasons, from the late 1980s and early 1990s have also reached out to offer support.A group of influential North Melbourne people have united to support Dean Laidley.“The message we have passed on to lawyers is two-fold: pleased let him know he is not alone and that we are with him.
They can see medical professionals for free via this program.Dean Laidley coached North Melbourne during the 2000s.“In among our discussions about how we can help Dean, we’ve also acknowledged the woman involved and we have accepted that she is entitled to support as well and have asked ourselves the question ‘how we can provide it.’ At this stage, we haven’t really got an answer,” he said.AFL Coaches Association CEO Mark Brayshaw. Taking photos unlawfully and sharing them.
Former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley’s lawyers are demanding an investigation into how photos of him inside a police station, dressed in a wig and dress, were leaked. Thread starter A Cut Above; Start date May 3, 2020; ... Guys and gals, the orders from head office are not to post the photos and screenshots for now please. Lawyers for former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley are demanding an investigation into how photos of him inside a police station after his arrest were leaked. He did not apply for bail after he was arrested on stalking and other charges in St Kilda on Saturday night.Darren Crocker, who is Stevens’ past players’ vice-president, has also played a pivotal part in bringing the parties together.Coincidentally, each of these organisations are represented by a person with an existing connection to the Kangaroos.Alternatively, the AFLPA could award a more extensive benefit than what is available through the Geoff Pryor Fund to a past player who is suffering significant long-term or temporary hardship.Roos greats have rallied around the 1996 premiership player this week. One photo shows Laidley wearing a black dress and a blonde wig, while a second photo of a computer screen allegedly shows Laidley’s official mug shot.
The pictures show former premiership player Dean Laidley wearing a blonde wig, makeup and a dress. And these were sneaky photos while in Police interview in Police Station by a Police Officer,” one of his lawyers, Bill Doogue, tweeted.But two photos, a mug shot and a photo of him in a long blonde wig and wearing a dress, were leaked.“Police should investigate and those involved pull down immediately.” Dean Laidley was arrested on Saturday night outside a home in St Kilda and was charged with stalking and other offences. On Sunday, photos of the 53-year-old's mug shot, as well as a photo of him in a long blonde wig and wearing a dress were disseminated on social media. Victoria Police are investigating the dissemination of the images.The second photo appears to have been taken from outside the interview room at the police station.Trump envoy accuses China of 'cover-up' on coronavirus outbreak7NEWS.com.au has chosen not to run the images.The 53-year-old was arrested on Saturday night outside a home in St Kilda and was charged with stalking and other offences.Netflix 'Cheer' star Jerry Harris charged with producing child pornUS bans use of TikTok and WeChat from SundayLaidley, a 1996 premiership winner and later coach with the Kangaroos, faced Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Sunday and will remain in custody until May 11Lawyers for former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley are demanding an investigation into how photos of him inside a police station after his arrest were leaked.“Disgraceful. ... Victoria Police has suspended two officers over the alleged leaking of photos from inside the station while Laidley was in custody. Dean Laidley talks to North Melbourne players in 2004.