The Titans star signing Jarryd Hayne has met with the National Rugby League's integrity unit after video emerged of him with an alleged bikie on the Gold Coast.
The video appeared on social media showing Hayne with alleged bikie and former Titans under 20 player Chris Bloomfield at a player's home and then in a vehicle together during Gold Coast's end of season drinks this month.
Hayne was at the Titans' NRL club headquarters on Wednesday morning to speak with officials in the wake of the controversial footage.
The star player has already put out a statement claiming he had not met Bloomfield - who is facing court over extortion allegations - before bumping into him during the Titans' break up drinks.
Meanwhile NSW Police will allege another Titans star Greg Bird and the stag-do group he was with were involved in a brawl with security staff at a NSW hotel.
Police allege the group were asked to leave the hotel due to their levels of intoxication and the fight occurred after the group failed to move on.
In a statement, police have outlined what they believe happened.
"Due to their levels of intoxication, the group were asked to leave by security staff," it said.
"It will be alleged a brawl broke out between members of the group and security staff.
"The fight occurred after the group continued to remain at the premises in spite of requests for the group to leave."
The Titans have said they believe Bird was the only Gold Coast player being investigated by the integrity unit.
The club described the unit's investigation as "ongoing".