The eldest daughter of league legend Mark Geyer has been charged with cocaine possession at the races, just months after she was falsely accused of starring in footballer Tyrone May’s sex tape.
Montanna Geyer was arrested with 0.3g of cocaine allegedly in her possession at the All Aged Stakes Day at Randwick Racecourse on April 20, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
The 22-year-old conference and events executive is listed to appear at Waverley Local Court on June 5.
Ms Geyer also has the matter in the NSW District Court of her defamation proceedings against Faoud Ghosn, the administrator of NRL Memes.
In March a post on the Facebook page of NRL Memes, which has more than 300,000 followers, falsely declared “The bird in the Tyrone May video is Mark Geyer’s daughter. Happy days at Penrith”.
The Penrith Panthers player was stood down in early March after explicit footage was leaked online.
May was arrested and charged with allegedly filming and disseminating sexual acts with two unnamed women without their knowledge and consent.
The since deleted NRL Memes post referring to “Mark Geyer’s daughter” was published on Facebook and Geyer said his family had been devastated by the claim.
The legendary former Penrith rugby league forward said his daughter had subsequently had a thousand friend requests on Instagram because “they think it’s her in the sex tape”.
The Triple M star engaged lawyers on his daughter’s behalf to take action over the “false and defamatory” claims, saying Montanna had become “hysterical” after being trolled online.
“To say that my family is devastated by the actions of persons on social media over the past 24 hours is a total understatement,” Geyer said
“My innocent daughter has had her name, honour and integrity dragged through the mud by these completely false accusations.
“The are lies and defamatory in the highest order.”
Panthers then general manager Phil Gould tweeted in support, describing Montanna as “one of the sweetest young ladies I’ve ever met. She has the most beautiful soul”.
The defamation case is listed for a directions hearing in the District Court in Sydney on May 30.
Montanna is the second oldest of Mark Geyer and his wife Meagan’s five children, who include Logan, 24, Kennedi, 20, Mavrik, 18, and Rafferti, 12.
In 2014, Geyer broke down on Triple M talking about his an epilepsy seizure suffered by Montanna who was then aged 18.
Montanna was diagnosed with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy when she was 14, and her younger sister Kennedi was diagnosed aged 13.