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The woman pictured in controversial videos also featuring Collingwood forward Jordan de Goey has spoken out about the furore surrounding the AFL star's behaviour.
De Goey attracted substantial criticism after footage shot in a Bali nightclub showed him making several rude gestures, as well as appearing to attempt to expose the breasts of one of his companions.
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The woman, Remy Jackson, posted an Instagram story on Saturday saying she was not bothered by De Goey's behaviour.
“Hey everyone, I can’t believe the backlash towards Jordy and myself over here in Bali … nothing to see here,” she wrote on social media.
The clips of De Goey attracted criticism from several former AFL players on Saturday, many of whom said his behaviour was 'not acceptable'.
The leak of the videos came six months after De Goey agreed to a plea deal over assault charges stemming from his arrest in New York late last year.
De Goey falls off-contract with the Magpies at season's end and was permitted by the club to travel to Bali during their 12-day mid-season bye.
But the move sparked outrage among AFL pundits, with Collingwood's 1990 premiership captain Tony Shaw among them.
"He's probably not a smart person ... that's twice now," Shaw told Melbourne radio station 3AW.
"If I'm the football club, I would say, do you understand what you have done?
"Even though you don't know because you're probably stupid and you don't understand that this has been seen in the light it's been in Melbourne."
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In a statement published on Saturday, Collingwood said they were aware of the video and making their own inquiries.
"Collingwood Football Club is aware of video footage involving player Jordan De Goey that was taken in Bali in recent days," the statement read.
"The club will comment further as soon as it is in a position to do so."
The latest furore comes after De Goey was arrested in New York last December, ultimately agreeing to undergo alcohol and anger management counselling as part of a plea deal with American authorities.
He was also fined $10,000 by the AFL, and for former Geelong player Cameron Mooney this was reason enough for Collingwood to forbid their player from travelling overseas for the time being.
“I am staggered the club let him go. Whatever happens from here, Collingwood it’s on you. It’s the stupidest decision I’ve ever seen a football club make,” Mooney told Fox Footy.
“Whether he was going to be stupid or not, just the fact that they let him get on that plane. You’ve made your bed Collingwood, you’re idiots."
Having earlier questioned the decision to let De Goey travel to Bali, Cornes said on SEN that Collingwood officials had declined his requests to come on the show to discuss the footage.
Cornes was also highly critical of De Goey's behaviour.
“It’s one of the most ridiculous things that I’ve seen for a long time, he clearly doesn’t have the capacity to make informed decisions for himself that are in the benefit of his career for the situation that he’s in," Cornes said.
“You can’t get away with doing what he did in that nightclub and the footage that has been shown in 2022, you can’t, you can’t treat people like that."
Collingwood's Jordan De Goey has declared enough is enough when it comes to public scrutiny of AFL players, following intense criticism of his Bali trip.
The star Pie posting a scathing statement on social media a short time ago @bradeningram #9News pic.twitter.com/zvxNgZQGlm
— 9News Melbourne (@9NewsMelb) June 18, 2022
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