Over the past few days Melbourne drag queen Annie Depressant has been called everything from “sick” and “evil” to “socialist” and “communist”.
Last year Singh used Facebook to criticise a woman who had detailed being raped by her husband.
Folau is reportedly committed to fighting the outcome every step of the way, including the possibility of taking the matter to the High Court.
“I don’t say this lightly, what I’m about to say. The language I use…it’s to get that message across. There are literally kids in the suburbs killing themselves.”
“I think this is a really important lesson for young people that your social media footprint will follow you.”
The page linked to the United Australia Party’s Tony Hanley said LGBTI people were “the most horrible people ever in my life” and called children of taxi drivers “future terrorists”.
Cricket Australia has been forced to clarify to the media that Faulkner is not gay, calling the incident a “joke that has been taken out of context”.
“I don’t have a woman boss and I don’t have a gay boss, and there’s a reason for that.”
Folau was given until 2pm today to either accept termination of his contract or respond to the breach notice, and he has asked for the matter to be referred to a code of conduct tribunal.