Bulldogs sack Elliott after latest incident

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The Canterbury Bulldogs person fixed under-fire prima Adam Elliott the boot, with his declaration torn up arsenic the fallout from his toilet tryst contention worsens.

The nine claimed the determination was "in the champion interests of some parties" aft "discussion successful caller days", with his abrupt exit "effective immediately".

"The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Adam Elliott person agreed to portion ways, effectual immediately," the Bulldogs said successful a connection released connected Friday nighttime during Melbourne's finals clash with Manly.

Adam Elliott of the Bulldogs successful enactment against the Knights. (Getty)

The Bulldogs' determination comes arsenic Elliott was sanctioned past month by the NRL for a toilet tryst astatine a Gold Coast restaurant with NRLW prima Millie Boyle. Elliott was fined $10,000 and told to implicit acquisition and grooming "regarding the obligations of NRL and NRLW players successful public".

It was the latest contention for the one-club subordinate who has been progressive successful respective alcohol-related off-field controversies during his astir 100-game NRL career.

"Adam and the Bulldogs person decided it is successful the champion interests of some parties to spell our abstracted ways," Bulldogs Chief Executive, Aaron Warburton, said successful the statement.

"The nine is committed to supporting Adam during this time. We privation Adam each the champion for the future."

The 26-year-old was signed with the Bulldogs until the extremity of 2023 having re-signed conscionable past year.

But present Canterbury person ended his declaration - claiming the determination was communal - the nine person freed up much than an estimated $400,000 from their wage cap.

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