Rugby league star Dylan Napa has enlisted the help of a legal team and contacted police after two graphic ‘sex tapes’ leaked on social media.
In the video, a man who appears to be the towering Canterbury Bulldogs player can be seen pleasuring himself while another man shadowboxes nearby.
The sex tape is the second in as many days to be leaked involving the 26-year-old Queensland State of Origin star.
In the first clip, Napa could be heard telling a woman to call him ‘Big Papa’ and ‘Big Papi’.
A third person in the room filmed a video of the encounter which has been shared widely on social media.
The release of the second video and subsequent public attention prompted Napa to seek legal advice.
He has since reported the breach of privacy to police.
Facebook page NRL Memes bragged about having access to the footage less than a day ago, and exploited it in an attempt to increase the page’s traffic.
‘10,000 likes on this post and 300,000 total page likes and we’ll release Big Papa Napa part 2. Yes, we have a second video — Get tagging and liking,’ the admin of the page wrote.
In the video, the man who appears to be the Canterbury Bulldogs star can be seen pleasuring himself while another man – believed to be NRL player Kane Evans – shadowboxes nearby
The release of the second video and subsequent public attention prompted Napa to seek legal advice
The post was liked over 7,000 times and received nearly 1000 comments.
The NRL was made aware of the first video quickly, and a spokesman told Daily Mail Australia they will be investigating.
The Canterbury Bulldogs also released a statement standing by their new recruit – who is only two months into a three year contract with the club.
‘The Bulldogs are aware of a further social media video that has emerged today that was taken several years ago.
‘The club can confirm Dylan Napa has received legal representation and advice from senior legal council as well as made contact with the NSW Police.
‘The club is supportive of Dylan and is providing welfare support.’
The National Rugby League is investigating after a sex tape reportedly involving Dylan Napa (pictured) surfaced online
In a statement, the Bulldogs club said they were aware of ‘alleged images surfacing on social media of a current player taken several years ago’.
‘The club has informed the NRL Integrity Unit of the matter. The club is not in a position to comment further at this time,’ the statement reads.
Napa, 26, signed with the Bulldogs after winning the premiership with the Sydney Roosters last season.
He was pictured still in his full playing kit the morning after his team’s Grand Final victory over the Melbourne Storm.
It is the latest scandal to rock the NRL, and comes just months after Bulldogs players were pictured stripping naked and vomiting in the street during their boozy Mad Monday celebrations.
Napa (pictured), 26, signed with the Bulldogs after winning the premiership with the Sydney Roosters last season
Players and officials arrived at the popular bar in The Rocks, where they downed shots and beers before dancing nude on tabletops to the tune of Neil Diamond.
Photographs showed Bulldogs second rower Adam Elliott have his genitals grabbed by a teammate as others erupted in laughter.
Another player was pictured standing over his own vomit as he leaned on an industrial bin. Shortly after, he was seen laying motionless on a footpath.
Elliott, 24, and teammate Asipeli Fine, 26, pleaded guilty to obscenely exposing themselves in public.