Parramatta have released a statement regarding an incident involving young five-eighth Jaeman Salmon.
Salmon was charged with drink driving during an incident last year, with the NRL Integrity Unit now informed about the charge.
The full statement can be seen below.
Parramatta Eels Club player Jaeman Salmon has been charged with low range drink driving in a traffic incident that took place in October this year.
The NRL Integrity Unit has been informed as per our normal process and Jaeman will face court in January 2019.
Jaeman has already completed a safe driving course, however, once the legal process has been finalised, the Club will take the relevant next steps.
In the meantime, the Club is working with Jaeman to ensure a clear understanding of road safety matters and that all key lessons have been learned and embedded for future application.
The Club will not make any further comment until the legal proceedings are concluded.