Kerr allegedly splashed petrol around a Perth home and threatened a couple inside, according to reports.
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Former West Coast Eagles player Daniel Kerr has allegedly splashed petrol around a Perth property, tried to light a fire and threatened a couple inside, according to reports.
The 31-year-old was charged on two counts endangering the life, health or safety of a person and kept in custody until he fronted the Perth Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
He was granted bail after the brief court appearance after his arrest on Tuesday night.
However, he reportedly failed to post bail after he was unable to secure a $5000 surety and spent Wednesday night behind bars at Hakea Prison.
Kerr was granted bail on the condition that he remain in his Wembley home between 7pm and 7am and that he stays away from the home of the two complainants, in Glendalough and North Beach.
West Coast released a statement following Kerr’s arrest.
“The West Coast Eagles are disappointed and saddened at news of Daniel Kerr’s recent arrest,” the statement read.
“We will continue to support Daniel, who was an outstanding player for this club, to get the help he needs to recover from this situation and to get his life back on track.
“As this matter is now in the hands of police, the club has no further comment to make.”