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Former St Kilda AFL player Sam Fisher freed from custody

Fallen AFL star Sam Fisher has been released and is being treated at a residential rehabilitation center.

The former saint will not be back in prison to celebrate his 40th birthday on Sunday after being sacked by two of the club’s best and fair rivals and an Australian 228-game AFL player arrested for drug trafficking.

Fisher, who has been in prison for seven weeks since his arrest in May, has been seeking a bid to enter a rehabilitation center.

It was on Tuesday that Judge Bernard Fetzgerald’s psychological reports and a letter from the AFL Players’ Association persuaded Mr. Fisher to transfer from Prison to Woodend to Arrow Health for treatment and rehabilitation for drug addiction.

Sam Fisher will no longer be in prison for his 40th birthday. Photo: Adam Trafford / AFL Media.Source approached

The former gun protector will be tested twice a week and will be restricted from home activities.

Arrow Health is required to report any positive drug tests, as well as violations of its own rules.

The “Restricted” housing program will last for 90 days but will continue to provide support for the next six weeks.

Mr Fitzgerald said he was “narrowly” confident in the Fisher’s case and that the community hoped to benefit from his drug treatment.

Mr. Fitzgerald said: “After some stress, I am sure there are special circumstances.

The court granted bail on the basis of ‘anxiety.’
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Going to Arrow Health, he said, “the absence of previous convictions and the availability of housing rehabilitation” and “the risk of further damages” were also taken into consideration.

The court had previously heard that Mr Fisher was a daily icebreaker for trafficking drug traffickers from Melbourne to Perth, and that police in West Australia had interrupted an arrest of one kilogram of ice cream and 84 grams of cocaine.

Police have linked Mr. Fisher to the seizure of an estimated $ 230,000 worth of drugs, which he allegedly used to smuggle drugs across the country.

Earlier in the day, police said they found 14 grams of ice, two tablets of happiness, human growth hormones, cell phones and cash in Mr. Fisher’s apartment near Melbourne’s baseless Sandingham.

A.D. The 2008 All-Australian Defender applied for bail on June 27, and Mr Fitzgerald announced on Tuesday that Fisher’s 40th birthday was accepted.

Prosecutors have argued for the seriousness of the crime, and Mr. Fischer has been charged with drug trafficking.

Prosecutor Daniel White spoke at length about the case and argued that Mr. Fisher’s role in the organization – accused of selling and transporting drugs – was more serious than that of his co-accused.

“The old question is, isn’t it a buyer and a seller? It is difficult to say who is more responsible, ”Mr. Fzgerald said.

Tensions began to escalate when defense attorney Sarah Pratt expressed frustration with Mr. White’s lengthy dismissal of a number of cases.

“We are not in the university,” Prat said. Your dignity knows the law of security. ”

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