Melbourne, June 28 (ANI): A woman who alleges to have bedded up to 200 Australian Football League players has been offered counselling sessions.
The AFL Players' Association was said to have been funding her sessions with a psychologist after she revealed her decade-long sex spree with the footballers.
According to Sunday Herald Sun, the woman, identified only as "Amy", worked at various AFL clubs and confessed having group sex with players, reports News.com.au.
The players' association was reported to have offered Amy six counselling sessions.
But AFL Players Association spokesman Jason Murnane said he could not "confirm or deny" that the association was being billed for the sessions. (ANI)