More details have emerged of an alleged sex tape featuring stood down Parramatta Eels star Corey Norman.

On Monday, the video in question was shopped around to various media outlets for $150,000, but nobody paid up.

According to Triple M, the video ended up in the wrong hands after Norman shared the clip with a group of friends, including Eels teammates.

After that, it ended up in the hands of a party who tried to make a large sum of money out of it.


Norman posted a 12-second video, but the party also tried to sell a 30-second clip of "Norman performing a sex act on a mystery female that featured a cameo from a can of Canadian Club and had former housemate James Segeyaro rooting for him in the background", the report said.

There was nothing in the video to suggest Norman had done anything wrong.

Parramatta were due to meet with the NRL to discuss the sanctioning of Corey Norman after he was stood down by the Eels following his drugs conviction.

He had MDMA and Diazepam seized from him by security at Sydney's The Star casino when he underwent a random check in May.

Norman pleaded guilty to charges of possessing a prohibited drug and possessing a prescribed restricted substance and was fined $800 when he appeared at Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday.

On Wednesday night, the Eels announced they had stood down their star playmaker for round 19.

There is a chance Norman could be rubbed out for the rest of the season.

Norman's mounting baggage threatens to damage his contract asking price.

The playmaker had been seeking a big pay upgrade that would put him among the game's biggest earners after he comes off contract at the end of this season.

The convictions and the sex tape are the latest episodes in a spate of bad publicity he has incurred recently.

Along with then-teammate Junior Paulo and then-Penrith hooker James Segeyaro, Norman was warned off by police after a photo was posted of the trio dining earlier with a group including former senior Nomad boss Paulie Younan and accused fraudster and money launderer Rafat Alameddine.

Police documents submitted to the court said CCTV footage of the dinner showed a small white container being passed from one male to another at the dinner, before it was given to Norman.

Norman had then later told security the Diazepam was medication for his muscles, before another man claimed the drugs were his.

Eels officials are also reportedly interested in discussing claims Norman sent a video of an elderly man appearing to snort a white substance to other NRL players via social media application Snapchat.