Code-hopping rugby union star Karmichael Hunt has been arrested on charges of supplying cocaine, according to reports in Australia.
The New Zealand-born Hunt, who is the vice-captain of the Queensland Reds, was arrested last night.
News Corp reports the charges against follow an operation by Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC).
The CCC released a statement on Friday morning which said they had charged four people as part of an investigation into a cocaine trafficking syndicate in southeast Queensland.
Among them was a 28-year-old man from Hendra who was facing four counts of drug supply and is due to appear at court on 5 March.
Hunt was on Thursday named at fullback for the Reds in their match against the Western Force at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night.
The Reds postponed their pre-match captain's press conference on Friday morning as reports of Hunt's arrest spread.
Hunt's manager David Riolo could not be contacted immediately for comment.
A former rugby league international and Brisbane Broncos NRL star, Hunt joined the Reds this season following a stint in AFL with the Gold Coast Suns.