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Curtis Scott, Alcoholics Anonymous, Canberra Raiders, nightclub, assault charges, court

Canberra Raiders centre Curtis Scott has taken an extraordinary step in getting his career — and life — back on track after he admittedly hit “rock bottom.”

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Scott has revealed he signed himself up to Alcoholics Anonymous and underwent treatment with a psychiatrist.

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Fox League expert Michael Ennis, who is a coaching consultant with the Raiders, said it was “really hard” to hear about Scott’s battle.

“Working with Curtis and knowing him personally, he’s been terrific to me, always show great respect to me. It’s really sad to see someone going through that,” Ennis said.

“He’s shown at the Melbourne Storm and although it’s been disruptive at the Raiders, that there’s a hell of a…

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