Richmond and AFLW participant Jess Hosking have acquired an official warning from the league over offensive language written on athletic tape she wore throughout final week’s semi-finals.
Seven reported Hosking had been handed a please clarify by the AFL after she wore tape on each shoulders and higher arms with messages written on them.
The messages had been clearly seen through the recreation, most showing to be supportive as one would see written on a forged, however one very seen one mentioned “kill bitches”.
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“It’s these unsavoury feedback which have drawn the ire of the league, Hosking receiving a proper warning by the AFL,” reporter Mitch Cleary defined.
“It was on the recreation at Punt Street on the weekend and it was seen through the broadcast, clearly written by another person.
“Hosking although has taken full possession.”
In an announcement the AFL confirmed Hosking had apologised for the messages.
“Hosking was extraordinarily remorseful and deeply upset in her actions,” it learn.
“The AFL has since accepted a letter of apology from Jess and has issued an official warning to the membership and Jess relating to the offensive language.”
The Tigers misplaced to North Melbourne on Saturday, eliminating them from the AFLW finals sequence.
Initially printed as Richmond’s Jess Hosking slapped down over ‘kill b***hes’ message