Troubled North Melbourne midfielder Tarryn Thomas is reportedly set to face the AFL on Thursday in the wake of fresh allegations of domestic violence.

The league was recently made aware of the new allegations, with a meeting between the AFL and the 23-year-old set to take place as all parties investigate the matter.

As revealed by 9 News' Xander McGuire, Thomas faces critical talks following a well-documented past 12 months.

"This is a developing story at the moment but what I can tell you is that North Melbourne have been investigating more fresh allegations of domestic violence complaints against troubled star Tarryn Thomas," McGuire revealed on Wednesday.

"It is believed the AFL have summoned Thomas to headquarters tomorrow to answer questions about the allegations, which were brought to the league.

"North Melbourne senior officials have confirmed to me today they are scrambling to find exactly where the truth sits, but nonetheless it has been confirmed Thomas will need to answer these allegations tomorrow.

"A statement from North Melbourne is expected tonight."

Thomas was stood down by North Melbourne last year in the wake of serious allegations of inappropriate behaviour made against the player.

He was also charged with one count of threatening to distribute an intimate image by Victoria Police in early 2023. That charge was dropped after Thomas paid $1000 to charity.

During his time away from the club, Thomas was required to participate in a respect and responsibility education program that deals with accountability, remorse and behaviour change following allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards women.

Thomas has played 69 games for the Kangaroos since joining the club in 2018.