The 17 year old teenager at the centre of the AFL photo scandal has been described by the AFL as a “girl with issues”.
She turned up at a St Kilda Training Session of Monday at Frankston with some banners which made it clear who her issues were with.
The AFL have now indicated they are concerned for the welfare of their players.
Whilst the teenager has posted pictures on the internet and turned up at a training session with banners, there has been no violence or threat of biolence by her.
The type of damage she has caused has been embarrassment of various kinds, and by turning up at a training session with her banners she seemed to be indicating that she wanted to keep something in the public eye.
The teenager has asked for the AFL Code of Conduct to be enforced against two players who she had sex with and is requesting that they be de-registered.
There is no Constitutional or civil right to play football and certain rights are forfeited by players when they step over a certain line and engage in misbehaviour.