Dylan Walker is stood down from the NRL over domestic violence accusations 

Dylan Walker is stood down from the NRL after being accused of 'yanking his fiancée's ponytail so hard she fell on the concrete holding their BABY'

By Australian Associated Press

Published: 01:01 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 01:06 GMT, 1 March 2019

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Rugby league star Dylan Walker has been stood down by the NRL as he fights domestic violence charges.

The Manly centre is accused of having a fight with his fiancee about a PlayStation before yanking her ponytail, causing her to fall onto a concrete driveway while holding their baby.  

He has pleaded not guilty and his partner Alexandra Ivkovic has retracted initial statements made to police. 

Walker on Friday became the second player, after Jack de Belin, to be sidelined under the game's new policy that bans players who are facing serious charges.

Rugby league star Dylan Walker (pictured outside court with his fiancee) has been stood down by the NRL as he fights domestic violence charges

Rugby league star Dylan Walker (pictured outside court with his fiancee) has been stood

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