Former West Coast and Richmond midfielder Ben Cousins has allegedly breached bail after failing a drugs test.
Police showed up at Cousins’ home on Friday after he tested positive, after he was ordered to stop using drugs.
On Saturday, it was revealed Cousins tested positive to amphetamine. He also submitted two void urine tests last month, which were unable to be processed due to the temperature of the creatinine levels.
Cousins attended court and was released on bail once again, but was warned he would be taken back into custody if he breached his conditions one more time.
The former Brownlow medalist is also set to face trial in September, after he was accused of stalking and threatening his ex-girlfriend.