Sam Burgess ‘spotted shopping for wife Phoebe at Sydney jeweller’

South Sydney Rabbitohs star Sam Burgess was last week cleared of any wrongdoing in NRL’s lewd sexting scandal.

And the 29-year-old appears to be moving on from the drama, after he was reportedly seen shopping at a swanky Sydney jeweller on Friday. 

According to The Sunday Telegraph, the footballer popped into luxury store Levendi where he enquired about ‘some expensive baubles for his heavily pregnant wife Phoebe’. 

Keeping the Missus happy? According to The Sunday Telegraph, Sam Burgess was 'spotted shopping for pregnant wife Phoebe at a swanky Sydney jeweller'... after being cleared of wrongdoing in NRL sexting scandal. The couple is pictured together in February of this year

Keeping the Missus happy? According to The Sunday Telegraph, Sam Burgess was 'spotted shopping for pregnant wife Phoebe at a swanky Sydney jeweller'... after being cleared of wrongdoing in NRL sexting scandal. The couple is pictured together in February of this year

Keeping the Missus happy? According to The Sunday Telegraph, Sam Burgess was ‘spotted shopping for pregnant wife Phoebe at a swanky Sydney jeweller’… after being cleared of wrongdoing in NRL sexting scandal. The couple is pictured together in February of this year

The publication contacted store owner Panos Levendi, who refused to disclose what kind of jewellery Sam snapped up for his missus.

Phoebe is currently 27 weeks pregnant with her and Sam’s second child.

The couple are proud parents to a 20-month-old daughter named Poppy.

Growing family! Sam and Phoebe are pictured with their daughter Poppy earlier this year. The couple are currently expecting their second child

Growing family! Sam and Phoebe are pictured with their daughter Poppy earlier this year. The couple are currently expecting their second child

Growing family! Sam and Phoebe are pictured with their daughter Poppy earlier this year. The couple are currently expecting their second child

Sam’s shopping trip occurred a day before his team crashed out of this year’s NRL premiership.

The Rabbitohs went down 12 – 4 to the Sydney Roosters during Saturday’s semi-final at Allianz Stadium on Saturday.

On Friday, Rabbitohs officials said no player had broken club or NRL rules after a complaint was made by a woman alleging club players exposed themselves to her via Facebook in May.

Hitting back: Sam took to Twitter on Friday say that he was exploring legal avenues over the saga. Pictured with daughter Poppy

Hitting back: Sam took to Twitter on Friday say that he was exploring legal avenues over the saga. Pictured with daughter Poppy

Hitting back: Sam took to Twitter on Friday say that he was exploring legal avenues over the saga. Pictured with daughter Poppy

Afterward, Sam took to Twitter to say that he was exploring legal avenues over the saga.

‘I have not sexted anyone. I fully cooperated with the inquiry as I said I would. I have engaged lawyer Chris Murphy to pursue my remedies and he has retained defamation lawyers,’ he said.

‘I have given a full account to the Inquiry and answered every questioned asked. It’s now in Mr Murphy’s hands. The next move is up to him. I have nothing more to say at this stage.’  

Cleared of wrongdoing: An emotional Sam fronted the media last week, where he thanked his wife and family for their support

Cleared of wrongdoing: An emotional Sam fronted the media last week, where he thanked his wife and family for their support

Cleared of wrongdoing: An emotional Sam fronted the media last week, where he thanked his wife and family for their support

It was widely reported that Sam’s social media account was used to communicate with a 23-year-old woman following a win over the Warriors  back in May.

Two players – not Sam Burgess – were believed to have exposed themselves to the woman, who then complained to the club via an anonymous email over a period of three months. 

The woman, who was believed to be on holiday in South Africa, was this week interviewed by NRL integrity unit investigator Karyn Murphy but declined to be quizzed by a five-person panel.

Moving forward: A spokesman for the NRL said based on the information available, the NRL was satisfied with the position the panel has reached with respect to the allegations against players

Moving forward: A spokesman for the NRL said based on the information available, the NRL was satisfied with the position the panel has reached with respect to the allegations against players

Moving forward: A spokesman for the NRL said based on the information available, the NRL was satisfied with the position the panel has reached with respect to the allegations against players

‘Based on a thorough review of the available evidence before it, the panel was not satisfied that any South Sydney player engaged in any actionable misconduct resulting in a breach of their NRL playing contract, the NRL rules or the SSFC code of conduct,’ the club said in a statement on Friday.

A spokesman for the NRL said based on the information available, the NRL was satisfied with the position the panel has reached with respect to the allegations against players.

‘If any additional information emerges it will be considered,’ the spokesman said. 

An emotional Sam fronted the media last week, where he thanked his wife and family for their support and said he was ‘happy for the truth to come out’.

New jewellery? According to The Sunday Telegraph, Sam was seen shopping for new bling for Phoebe on Friday

New jewellery? According to The Sunday Telegraph, Sam was seen shopping for new bling for Phoebe on Friday

New jewellery? According to The Sunday Telegraph, Sam was seen shopping for new bling for Phoebe on Friday

 

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