Jack Crisp, a star player for the Collingwood Magpies, has been trending for all the wrong reasons. Jack Crisp video has been leaked on Snapchat and is now widely available for viewing. The Herald Sun reported that the video shows a man scrolling through various Snapchat images, some of which contain messages. Although some of the texts are unintelligible, several of the images show Crisp with a beard.
At one point in the video, the person scrolling through the images can be heard saying, “Wait for it, wait for it,” before an image purportedly showing a man holding his genitalia appears. The Daily Mail Australia has chosen not to print this particular image.
According to former Collingwood manager Eddie McGuire, who made the remark on Footy Classified on Channel Nine on Wednesday evening, the footage dates back a number of years. However, the identity of the man in the video and the time the Snapchat images were sent are unknown.
The Collingwood Football Club issued a statement saying, “The Collingwood Football Club is aware of a Jack Crisp video, involving AFL player Jack Crisp that is circulating online this evening.” The club added that it would “work through the situation” and had already spoken with the AFL.
To determine whether Jack Crisp is the victim in this situation and whether the footage was historical, private, and confidential, the Collingwood Football Club will conduct its due diligence with the AFL. Meanwhile, fans of the team are left wondering what the repercussions of this video will be for their star player.
Crisp, who has won Collingwood’s Best and Fairest award for the previous two years, is a crucial member of the team. He was even in the running to succeed Scott Pendlebury as skipper last year, although Darcy Moore ultimately won out.
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Crisp has played 203 games over the course of his career and currently has the longest active streak in the league, with 191 games. He has been a key contributor this season, making 3.3 stops, 2.3 clearances, and 23 disposals.
Prior to the matchup against the Lions in Round 4, Crisp traveled to Brisbane with his teammates, but it remains to be seen whether he will be ready to play at the Gabba on Thursday night. Crisp, who is married with two kids, recently attended the Australian Grand Prix with his wife Mikayla.
Essendon great Matthew Lloyd spoke to McGuire on Footy Classified and expressed his sympathy for all parties involved. “It’s tough for Jack, his entire family, and Collingwood going into tomorrow’s game,” he said. “But more significantly, that’s where it really hits hard as a family.”
This is not the first time that Crisp has been in hot water with the AFL. In 2015, he was found guilty of betting offenses and was fined $5,000 for betting $129 on the outcome of AFL games while he was a member of the Lions.
The Pies have started the season strong and won their first three games. However, the news of the inquiry has been a distraction for the team. This distraction comes at a time when Collingwood was preparing to welcome Jack Ginnivan back into the group following the young gun’s two-game suspension for taking an illegal substance in a Torquay hotel in January.
In conclusion, the leaked video of Jack Crisp has caused quite a stir in the AFL community. The Collingwood Football Club will conduct a thorough investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding the video. Fans are anxiously waiting to see what the outcome of this inquiry will be and how it will affect the team’s performance going forward.
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