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New Hawthorn recruit Zac Webster has been banned from playing in two pre-season games after he was convicted of secretly filming women engage in sex acts.
It is understood the Tasmanian had his phone confiscated by police last year, but did not inform the Hawks after he was drafted to the club as a rookie.
News Corp report the 19-year-old was “forced to explain himself” in front of teammates after being told he was under police investigation.
In October, Webster was ordered to pay a fine and perform 140 hours of community service, according to the ABC.
Webster will miss two matches in the upcoming 2015 NAB Challenge as a result of the conviction and was forced to make a presentation on the AFL’s Respect and Responsibility policy to the Hawthorn playing group.