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WA Police say no charges for Wayne Carey over Crown white powder saga


Footy legend Wayne Carey will NOT face any charges over his casino white powder scandal as cops close their investigation

  • Western Australian police have dropped their investigations into Wayne Carey
  • Cops were investigating an incident which saw Carey drop a powder substance 
  • The bag of white powder fell from the footballer’s jacket onto a gaming table
  • At the time the Kangaroos legend was marched out of Perth’s Crown casino 

Footballing legend Wayne Carey won’t face any charges in relation to an incident which saw him drop a packet full of a white powder onto a gaming table at Crown Perth.

Western Australian police confirmed they have closed their investigations into the September 1 incident on Thursday. 

Wayne Carey had claimed the bag of powder,…



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