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Former All Black Ali Williams admits to ‘big mistake’ after cocaine bust with James O’Connor stat : SMH

as declared in Ali Williams’ charge for purchasing cocaine has drawn an apology on social media from the former All Blacks lock.
SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETLink Full of remorse: Ali Williams, pictured during his time at the Blues in 2013.
Five days after being arrested for an alleged drug deal in Paris, retired 77-Test veteran Williams took to Twitter to admit he had blundered.
Racing 92 coach Laurent Travers says Williams had met the club’s president, who had no choice but to suspend the 35-year-old.
New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew was less forgiving of Williams and Carter, who have both used social media to apologise for their actions.

Former All Black Ali Williams admits to 'big mistake' after cocaine bust with James O'Connor

as declared in Former All Black Ali Williams has publicly commented for the first time following his arrest in Paris on drugs charges.
Last month Williams’ Racing team-mate and former All Black team-mate Dan Carter was caught drink-driving in Paris and will also face a court hearing.
The 77 test veteran said on Twitter “I made a big mistake and I’m sorry.
Williams has been suspended by his club, Racing 92, over the incident.
Photo: PHOTOSPORTWilliams and former Wallabies player James O’Connor were arrested near the Arc de Triomphe over the weekend for allegedly possessing cocaine.

Ali Williams says he's sorry

as declared in Ali Williams apologises as his Paris club coach describes his actions as ‘inexcusable’1 NEWS The 35-year-old was arrested outside a Paris nightclub and charged with buying cocaine.
READ MORE:* ‘French rugby has a cocaine problem’* Nothing comical in Ali Williams episode* Ali Williams is charged after arrest* Ali Williams’ 40 hours of cell hellWilliams and ex-Wallaby James O’Connor spent 40 hours in police cells before being release on Monday (NZ time).
GETTY IMAGES Ali Williams has clearly let his club down in the eyes of his Racing 92 coach Laurent Travers.
Thanks 4 all the support — Ali Williams (@AliWilliams_) March 1, 2017While Williams used social media, the Racing 92 club fronted the issue personally.
His remorse came as his Racing 92 coach Laurent Travers described Ali Williams’ drugs bust as “stupid and inexcusable” and said the scandal had weighed heavily on the glamour French club.

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