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Renewed fears for Foran's safety after police call

Sporting News Sporting News 1/07/2016
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There are renewed fears for Kieran Foran as reports surfaced on Friday that his partner called police after receiving a desperate phone-call from the Parramatta star last week.

The Daily Telegraph reports Foran was taken away for medical assessment on Friday 24 June.

“Police attended the Pacific Highway at Brooklyn on Friday 24 June following a concern for welfare,” a police spokesman told the Telegraph.

“A 25-year-old man was subsequently taken for a medical assessment.”

It is not known what Foran was doing or his exact whereabouts on the Pacific Highway when the police alledegly picked him up.

Foran, who is out for the rest of the NRL season with a shoulder injury, was later released by doctors.

The former Manly premiership winner has been stripped of the Eels captaincy after Parramatta management become concerned with the slow progress of his shoulder rehabilitation. 

Earlier this season he attended a rehab clinic after allegedly overdosing on prescription medication. 

It was later alleged by the Daily Telegraph that a betting account in Foran's name had lost up to $75,000 over a two hour period.

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