Jared Hine was sentenced to five years and nine months in prison, with a non-parole period of three years and eight months, for the sexual assault of a woman in Newcastle, Australia, in September 2018. He was detained after the sentencing hearing in Newcastle Partial Court on Thursday. Judge Helen Sim, facing a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison, said she believed Hine knew the woman wasn’t agreeing and went ahead anyway. “I found that the perpetrator was well aware that the victim did not agree and proceeded anyway. His decision to do so increases the objective seriousness.” Judge Helen Syme is ruling Jared #Hayne for sexual assault. @ 9NewsSyd – Tiffany Genders (@tiffgenders) May 6, 2021 Judge Syme says she accepts Hine as a loving father and a generally good contributor to society but “at the present time he shows no remorse and does not accept the need to change his attitude toward consent, to sex and to women” – Heath Heath_parkes On May 6, 2021, Hine was convicted of sexual assault at a retrial in New South Wales County Courthouse in March after the original Newcastle trial failed to reach a majority ruling. Since then, a Notice of Intent has been filed for appeal in the New South Wales Supreme Court, and at Thursday’s hearing, Hine claimed he was close to signing a $ 500,000 one-year contract with St.George Elwara before he was indicted by police in November. 2018 The court heard the victim impact statement in which the woman said she had changed forever due to the accident on the night of the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final, and his former teammate and friend Tim Manh was also summoned as a personal witness. In Newcastle for a Buck party when he stopped by the home of the 26-year-old woman on the way back to Sydney, and after communicating on social media for several weeks, Hine arrived at the woman’s house, leaving a taxi waiting outside, after she had already negotiated a fare. $ 550. Hayne was found guilty of sexually assaulting the woman in her bedroom, although the 33-year-old insists that all sexual activities were consensual and will appeal the conviction. t since 2018. Played in eight matches with 49 NFL players in 2015 as a back-to-back run. Hayne retired from American football in May 2016, and this article has been updated with Hayne filing a notice of intent to appeal.