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Former Melbourne Demons star Liam Jurrah has been charged with drink-driving after allegedly blowing 0.27, more than five times the legal limit for a P-plater, on Monday in Para Hills, Adelaide.

The troubled flyer, who is facing aggravated assault charges in the Northern Territory in March relating to an alleged machete incident, was breathalysed when he arrived at a home police were already attending on a separate matter.

He’s lost his licence for 12 months after being reported for driving under the influence of alcohol, exceeding the prescribed level of alcohol and breaching a probationary licence.

He will be summonsed to appear in the Holden Hill Magistrates Court at a later date.

Despite being made an offer to train with Port Adelaide, after an attempted to sign the clubless player as a rookie in the December draft, Jurrah hasn’t had a run with the side.

Port Adelaide Football Club general manager Brian Leys said “the offer is still open ... we'd love him to come down."

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'Troubled' former AFL star Liam Jurrah charged with drink driving after breath test revealed he was 'five times over the legal limit'
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