Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding interviewed over alleged sexual offences reported to police
The BBC has learnt that two Ulster rugby players, Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding, were two of three men arrested by the PSNI in relation to a number of alleged sexual offences reported to have taken place at a property in south Belfast on 28 June.
They were interviewed and then released from custody.
The PSNI have confirmed in a statement that a file will be prepared for submission to the Public Prosecution Service.
Paddy Jackson was not included in the 27-man Ireland squad to face New Zealand this Saturday in Chicago for what an IRFU (Irish Rugby Football Union) press release described on Monday as “personal reasons”.