Furious footy NRL star Anthon Colella says teacher grabbed his son at private school
Former NRL star Anthony Colella wants 'people to be accountable' and condemned a 'culture of bullying' after his teenage son was allegedly grabbed by a teacher on the collar and held up against a wall on Sydney's northern beaches.
The alleged incident recently unfolded at St Augustine's College, a prestigious Catholic boys school at Brookvale.
Daily Mail Australia also understands the male teacher in question has not been stood down by the College at this stage.
Colella, 47, who played in the 1997 ARL Grand Final for the Sea Eagles, has involved NSW Police after his son Sonny, 14, came home 'a little shocked' and told him what allegedly happened.
'He didn't want to go into [Dee Why] police station, but we had to,' a furious Colella, who also played for the Raiders and Rabbitohs at NRL level, told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday.