Transgender activist and biological male athlete Riley Dennis has reportedly been captured on video injuring a female player while competing during a women’s soccer league game in New South Wales, Australia.
Dennis has reportedly been the subject of complaints for dominating the semi-professional women’s league, leading all players in goals. Even before this latest alleged incident, Riley has reportedly injured other female players in the past, too.
Reduxx reported Thursday that it has viewed footage showing Dennis “launch his smaller female opponent towards a metal fence using an aggressive tackle as the two chased down the ball.”
The report noted that the female player was lying on her side and “unmoving” after the incident as the trans player, whom Reduxx confirmed to be Dennis, “casually walks away.”
The incident reportedly took place during a game between the Inter Lions and the St. George soccer teams on May 21. Dennis plays for the Inter Lions FC.
“The St. George player was unable to train until later in the week and when she did, it was only very lightly,” a source told Reduxx.
The source added that footage of the tackle “has been viewed by a number of people, including a senior referee, and all are in agreement that the challenge was unnecessary.”
A report from The Daily Mail Australia published at the end of March detailed players’ and parents’ anger over Dennis’ domination of the female soccer league. The report declined to name Dennis, though Reduxx confirmed the activist’s identity by way of social media posts.
The Daily Mail report noted that it’s alleged that the trans athlete injured females from an opposing team during a game in mid-March, which sparked even more unrest in parents and players.
Dennis used to work for a far-Left site called “Everyday Feminism.” In one infamous-now privated YouTube video, the activist claimed dating preferences could be discriminatory. Dennis argued that having a dating preference against individuals who may be transgender, black, or overweight likely comes from inherent bigotry.
In recent years, biologically male athletes have been permitted to play in girls’ and women’s sports. For example, two male high school athletes who claim to be female advanced to the California State Preliminary Track and Field Championship last month after competing against girls.
Notably, after an outcry over the unfairness of the males’ participation, both athletes — Athena Ryan from Sonoma Academy, and Lorelei Barrett of Sherman Oaks Buckley — were no-shows at the state prelims.