North Melbourne premiership hero Shannon Grant has been charged with 18 offences, as revealed by Sam McClure on SEN’s Time On.
Assault and criminal damage are two of the charges the 1999 Norm Smith Medallist is facing.
“Former North Melbourne premiership champion Shannon Grant, a Norm Smith Medallist in 1999, has been charged with 18 offences, including assault and criminal damage, following an incident on a women on the 17th of December,” McClure said.
“Police arrested and charged Grant on Tuesday.
“He recently parted ways with St Kevin’s Old Boys. As senior coach, he won a premiership in their A-grade last year.
“On Saturday, the club released a statement saying he had resigned due to personal reasons.”
Grant has been bailed to appear at the Moorabbin Magistrates’ Court on the 21st of February.
He played 301 games across his AFL career, as a member of the Kangaroos and the Sydney Swans. Grant kicked 361 goals across those matches.