NRL star Bryce Cartwright SPLITS from anti-vaxxer wife - months after losing ...

NRL star Bryce Cartwright SPLITS from his anti-vaxxer wife months after refusing a 'mandatory vaccination' and losing his $450,000 contract amid 'concerns for his welfare' Bryce Cartwright and his wife Shanelle have split following a difficult 2020 NRL star and his ex-partner are anti-vaxxers, stating it is their personal choice Cartwright refused mandatory influenza vaccination during 2020 NRL season Walked away from $450,000 contract on Gold Coast to link up with Parramatta

By Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:44 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 04:48 GMT, 22 January 2021

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NRL star Bryce Cartwright has split from his anti-vaxxer wife Shanelle just months after walking away from a $450,000-a-season contract on the Gold Coast.

Cartwright, 25, relocated to New South Wales last September with his now ex-wife and their two children, Koa and Naia, citing personal reasons.

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He has since signed a minimum wage one-year deal with the Parramatta Eels for the 2021 NRL campaign.

Concerns for Cartwright's mental state increased after he revealed last year he and Shanelle were sent a number of threats on social media because of their controversial stance on vaccinations.

Some of the threats involved harming the couple's young children.

Bryce Cartwright (pictured right) with Shanelle Cartwright have gone their separate ways

Bryce Cartwright (pictured right) with Shanelle Cartwright have gone their separate ways

The couple (pictured above) have two children together - Koa and Naia

The couple (pictured above) have two children together - Koa and Naia

The couple reportedly spent Christmas apart, with their split confirmed by Cartwright's manager Allan Gainey

The couple reportedly spent Christmas apart, with their split confirmed by Cartwright's manager Allan Gainey

'At some point it does take a toll,' Cartwright said at the time. 'I speak to a counsellor every now and then just to clear my mind.' 

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