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Folau’s social media in mystery shutdown

The former Wallaby launched legal action against Rugby Australia earlier this month, demanding an apology, compensation and the right to play again

Australia’s Folau launches legal action over homophobia sacking

Super Rugby's leading try scorer has gone to the courts to settle his case with Rugby Australia

Folau ‘anti-gay’ crowdfunding campaign shut down

Folau, a purportedly devout Christian, was fired last month after a Rugby Australia tribunal found him guilty of "high-level" misconduct

Folau sues for ‘substantial’ payout from Rugby Australia

Folau's contract was terminated last month after a Rugby Australia tribunal found him guilty of a 'high-level' code of conduct breach

Folau to fight on after missing sacking appeal deadline

The star fullback was on Friday given 72 hours to appeal, which would have triggered another hearing with a new three-person panel

High-stakes Folau homophobia hearing extended to third day

Israel Folau's high-stakes code of conduct hearing was Sunday extended to a third day after a weekend stalemate

Folau homophobia hearing begins in Sydney

The controversy has overshadowed Australia's World Cup preparations, with Wallabies coach Michael Cheika vowing not to select Folau

Folau code of conduct hearing set for May 4

Super Rugby's record try scorer will have a hearing over homophobic comments made on social media on May 4

Folau handed sack notice over anti-gay comments

Folau posted on Instagram: "Drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators — Hell awaits you."

Folau escapes anti-gay post sanction, says he could walk away from rugby

Folau wrote on social media this month that God's plan for gay people was hell unless they repented their sins.

Under-fire Wallabies star Folau says ‘the persecuted are righteous’

Folau, Australia's highest-profile player, sparked outrage with his reply on Instagram last week when asked what was "God's plan for gay people?"

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