A former Broncos playmaker alleged to have assaulted three people during an altercation in Brisbane will fight some of his charges, his lawyer says.
NRL star Anthony Milford was charged with three counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and one count of wilful damage after his arrest in Fortitude Valley last month.
Camera IconNRL star and former Broncos playmaker Anthony Milford is charged with assaulting two women and a 19-year-old man. NCA NewsWire / Sarah Marshall Credit: News Corp Australia
Mr Milford, 27, did not speak during his brief appearance before Brisbane Arrests Court on Wednesday.
His lawyer Dave Garratt asked for an adjournment to November 29.
Outside court, Mr Garratt told waiting media his client would be defending some of the charges based on the evidence before the court.
Camera IconMr Milford’s lawyer Dave Garratt said his client would be defending some of the charges but did not indicate which ones. NCA NewsWire / Sarah Marshall Credit: News Corp Australia
He did not indicate which charges would be defended.
Police allege Mr Milford, from Forest Lake, was involved in an altercation on Marshall St in Fortitude Valley on September 19.
Camera IconAnthony Milford will return to court in November. Credit: Supplied
It is alleged he assaulted several bystanders – two women and another man, 19 – who were trying to break up the dispute.
His wilful damage charge relates to an allegation he threw a wheelie bin at a car.