Things keep coming for George Tilsley. The New Zealand three-quarter was fired by the Agen club, La Dépêche learned this Wednesday. Information that Le Figaro is able to confirm. Last February, after a victory against Provence Rugby (31-7), he was first fired after a heated altercation with the general director of the Agen club Thomas Léger.

Last August, while he was preparing for the season with Stade Toulousain, the former Perpignan player was placed in police custody and then received a six-month suspended prison sentence for domestic violence. This Tuesday, Sud Ouest affirmed that the former 7s international with New Zealand had been taken into police custody again “in the context of an alleged case of domestic violence and sexual assault”, after accusations of ‘a former companion. He will have participated in six Pro D2 matches with Agen this season.