More Facebook pages to face legal action for allegedly defaming Mark Geyer’s daughter

The daughter of rugby league personality Mark Geyer is suing for defamation multiple Facebook pages that reposted incorrect claims that she was involved in a sex tape featuring Penrith playmaker Tyrone May.

The NRL Memes page, which has been removed from Facebook.

The NRL Memes page, which has been removed from Facebook.Credit:Facebook

Last week, papers were served on the North Parramatta man believed to run NRL Memes, a controversial Facebook page that posted a screenshot from the sex tapes alongside the caption «The bird in the Tyrone May video is Mark Geyer’s daughter. Happy days at Penrith.»

The controversial page has since been deleted.

Brydens principal Lee Hagipantelis told The Herald on Monday that papers instigating defamation proceedings on behalf of Montanna Geyer had been served on the administrator of Facebook page NRL Quality Memes, and another Brisbane-based page, Weekend King Racing.




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