Maligned North Melbourne midfielder Tarryn Thomas will reportedly remain away from the Kangaroos' pre-season training amid fresh accusations of improper behaviour. 

Thomas, aided by his team of lawyers, is expected to meet with the AFL's Integrity Unit in the coming days to discuss the fresh allegations made against him by an unknown complainant. 

Specifics of the new accusations against the 23-year-old haven't been made public. 

Thomas didn't partake in North Melbourne's match simulation last Friday, and according to the Herald Sun's Josh Barnes on Sunday, he won't participate in the Roos' Monday training session at LaTrobe University. 

A date for Thomas and his team to appear at AFL House is yet to be scheduled, with North Melbourne confirming to News Corp he will remain away from the main group until after his meeting. 

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 07: Aaron Hall and Tarryn Thomas of the Kangaroos look dejected after losing the round 21 AFL match between Richmond Tigers and North Melbourne Kangaroos at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 07, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

The Tasmanian was suspended last February after accusations of threats of violence against women and was also fined last year for a concerning driving offence

In other Roos news, recruit Zac Fisher underwent scans over the weekend after sustaining a hamstring complaint during Friday's match sim. The club is yet to reveal the results of Fisher's scans. 

North Melbourne is scheduled for pre-season hitouts against Collingwood and St Kilda.