ADELAIDE has been cleared of any wrongdoing in relation to its controversial pre-season training camp in 2018.
The infamous camp took place after the club's Grand Final appearance in 2017 and left the club in turmoil.
Players were tied to trees, surrounded by fake automatic weapons and sledged with intensely personal details, according to a report from The Age in July, 2020.
But the investigation by SafeWork SA, which took over a year to complete, found no breaches of any work health and safety laws.
Crows released a statement on Tuesday saying the matter is now closed.
"The South Australian Government’s independent workplace safety regulator has cleared the Adelaide Football Club of any wrongdoing in relation to its pre-season training camp in 2018."
"SafeWork SA’s comprehensive investigation, which took more than a year to complete, found neither the club nor any other person or organisation breached any work health and safety laws during or in relation to the camp.
"The club fully co-operated with the confidential investigation, voluntarily providing all information and documentation sought by SafeWork SA. The matter is now closed."
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