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Panthers part ways with stood-down star after settlement reached

With immediate effect, Panthers flyer Taylan May has been removed from his Penrith club contract.

A statement was issued by the current premiers on Friday morning.

The statement said, “Taylan May is leaving the Penrith Panthers with immediate effect and is looking for other opportunities.”

“The club will not be commenting further on this matter, out of respect for all parties involved.”

In May, the NRL placed the center on leave under the no-fault stand-down rules following charges of domestic abuse.

May entered a not-guilty plea to three counts of domestic violence and stalking, which are related to an alleged altercation that occurred in a Werrington house in April.

A postponement of his lawsuit has been set until March 2024.

The Daily Telegraph claims that following the club’s recent attempt to fire May, he has been given a confidential settlement.

On June 13, Panthers management sent the center a second show-cause warning, claiming that May’s accusations had tarnished the reputation of the sport.

Before the outside back’s attorneys interfered and requested that the conference be postponed, it was apparently their intention to question May and “conduct an investigation” into his case.

After the Panthers turned down that request, May’s attorneys filed a case in federal court. The court found in May’s favor, preventing any attempt to fire him.

He left the reigning premiers, though, as a result of a resolution reached by the club, the player’s manager, and his legal team after the matter reached a standstill.

In March 2024, May agreed to accept a two-year, $1.2 million contract to stay at the base of the mountain until the end of the 2026 season.


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