Tautau Moga has reportedly been arrested following an altercation at a Brisbane nightclub.
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Several Samoan NRL stars have reportedly been questioned by police following an altercation at a Brisbane nightclub on Sunday morning.
The Courier Mail report North Queensland Cowboys centre Tautau Moga was arrested, while Canterbury Bulldogs veteran Reni Maitua was also at the Hot Gossip nightclub when the incident occurred.
Samoan players are in Brisbane for the Four Nations tournament which kicks off on Friday at Suncorp Stadium.
It is believed eight men were charged for offences including public nuisance, obstructing police and assault.
Samoa coach Matt Parish confirmed that his players were being investigated in relation to the altercation.
“We are co-operating with authorities. As there is a police investigation it would be inappropriate for me to comment further,” Parish told The Courier Mail via a text message.
The NRL have confirmed they are investigating the matter.
Samoa take on England on Friday night in a double-header at Suncorp Stadium to kick off the Four Nations Tournament before Australia take on New Zealand.