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Wests Tigers utility Josh Reynolds.

Wests Tigers five-eighth Josh Reynolds has been charged with a domestic violence offence by NSW Police.

In a statement released on Thursday, the Wests Tigers said Reynolds planned to vigorously defend the charge. 

Both Reynolds and the club have been in communication with the NRL Integrity Unit regarding the matter. 

"The NRL takes any allegation of violence or disrespect towards women extremely seriously," the NRL said in a statement on Thursday.

"The Integrity Unit is seeking further information from NSW Police before determining any immediate action."

Reynolds has spent the past two seasons with Wests Tigers after seven years at Canterbury.

Due to the situation being an ongoing legal matter, Wests Tigers said they would be making no further comment.

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