The video shows a man scrolling through several Snapchat images, some of which have messages, according to the Herald Sun. Several of the images show Crisp with a beard, but some of the texts appear to be incomprehensible.
At one point in the video, which Daily Mail Australia has chosen not to print, the person scrolling through the images can be heard saying, “Wait for it, wait for it,” before an image allegedly depicting a man holding his genitalia appears.
On Wednesday night’s episode of Footy Classified on Channel Nine, former Collingwood manager Eddie McGuire made the remark. He continued, “We’re told the footage is from a number of years ago.
The Collingwood Football Club will work with the AFL to carry out its due diligence in order to establish whether Jack Crisp is the victim in this case and whether the footage was old, private, or secret.
It is unknown who the man in question is and when the Snapchat pictures were sent. The Collingwood Football Club released a statement that read, “The Collingwood Football Club is aware of a video that is currently going viral online this evening starring AFL player Jack Crisp. “.
The club will first say that it is “working through the situation” and that it has spoken with the AFL before providing another update.
The Best and Fairest honor in Collingwood has gone to the 29-year-old for the previous two years. He was a candidate to succeed Scott Pendlebury as captain last year, but Darcy Moore prevailed.
With the longest active streak in the league at 191 games, Crisp, who was selected with the 40th overall pick in the 2012 AFL Draft, has played in 203 games throughout the course of his career.
He has 23 disposals, 3 point three stops, and two point three clearances so far this season.
Crisp traveled to Brisbane with his teammates in advance of the Round 4 matchup against the Lions, but it’s unclear if he will be fit to compete on Thursday night at the Gabba.
The defender, who is married and has two children, attended the Australian Grand Prix last week with his wife Mikayla.
It’s difficult for everyone involved, said Essendon great Matthew Lloyd in a conversation with McGuire on Footy Classified. “.
In addition, “that’s where it really hits hard as a family,” “Jack, his entire family, and Collingwood going into tomorrow’s game.”.
Crisp was previously found guilty of betting offenses by the AFL and given a $5,000 fine. That occurred in 2015.
When he was playing for the Lions in the previous year, Crisp placed a total of $129 on the results of AFL games.
The news of the investigation is unnecessarily detracting from the Pies’ strong start to the season, in which they have won their first three games.
And it occurs at a time when Collingwood was ready to welcome Jack Ginnivan back into the team after the young talent’s two-game suspension for taking an illegal substance in a Torquay hotel in January.