Criminal charges against all blacks and highlanders have been dropped after the alleged attack on door forward Shannon Frasell at a nightclub.
The 27-year-old was arraigned Tuesday morning in Dunedin District Court before Judge Peter Rollo.
Frasier was not present because his appearance in court was excused.
Frasier faced two charges of assaulting a man after allegedly assaulting two people, a man and a woman, at Dunedin Bar Vault 21 in May.
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Freeze, For the first time, the convict did not file an application at his first appearance on July 27., With his lawyer, Anne Stevens QC, confirming that he had been offered a diversion by the police.
On Tuesday morning, police said Fraser had completed the turn and the charges had been dropped.
After Fraser, who started all his Blacks in 2018 and played 15 Tests, appeared in court for the first time, he testified outside the court.
He told the media: “I would like to take this opportunity to say how sorry I am for my behavior. [the] May incident this year
“I especially want to apologize to the two people who are involved and to the damage done to me. I disappointed myself and others and now I will do my best to restore people’s trust in me.
I already have a plan with the councilors to help me resolve the areas I want to work on.
“Once again, I apologize to those involved, my friends, family and the wider community.”
Freeze, As part of the All Blacks squad, he was fielded for a Test match. After appearing in court, and not later taken on a tour of Australia.