Hollywood star Russell Crowe is selling his stake in rugby league side South Sydney for personal reasons, the club said on Monday, after a demanding year of filming and splitting from his wife.
Actor Russell Crowe has his picture taken with fans prior to the Australia Day Challenge match between South Sydney Rabbitohs and Leeds Rhinos at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, in 2008. Crowe is selling his stake in the Rabbitohs, a team he co-owns, for 'personal reasons,' after a demanding year of filming and splitting from his wife.
Crowe, who bought a 75-percent stake in the century-old "Rabbitohs" with businessman Peter Holmes a Court in 2006, told Australia's Fairfax Media that he was trying to cut back on non-work commitments.
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