AFL great Wayne Carey hit amazing highs on the field during his legendary career, but he’s just as well known for the lows he reached away from the game.
Carey’s troubled history can be traced back to the 1990s, when the man known as ‘The King’ admitted to an indecent assault against a woman.
It was 1996 – the year he captained North Melbourne to victory over Sydney in the AFL Grand Final.
Carey, who went onto play 271 AFL games with North Melbourne and then the Adelaide Crows, was aged 25 and in his prime.
Wayne Carey was hailed a hero in Melbourne when he won the 1996 grand final with North Melbourne – the same year he admitted an indecent assault against a stranger
Former friends: Carey would leave the Kangaroos after having sex with the wife of his…
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