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Paul Vaughan wife Elle Vaughan is pregnant with a second child. They are happily married for three years. Get to know about his net worth and his scandal explained here.
Paul is a professional rugby player who now plays from the St. George Illawarra Dragons in the NRL. He has represented both Italy and Australia in Rugby at international levels.
He is no strange to scandals. Lately, his in-house party scandal has laid thousands of fines to 13 Dragons players.
Paul Vaughan Wife
Paul Vaughan is married to his wife Elle Vaughan.
They exchanged their wedding vows on January 20, 2018, and live their married life over the moon.
In their three years of married life, Paul and Elle have welcomed a daughter named Mackenzie Vaughan. The lovebirds got blessed with their baby on January 27, 2019, a year after their wedding.
As per Elle’s Instagram, she is pregnant with her second child. Her Instagram bio cites that she is due in September 2021 with her second child with Paul.
Paul’s wife Elle is a member of the legal team at the University of Wollongong. She is active on Instagram as @ellevaughanx, where she has amassed more than 3.4k followers. The account is set to private, though.
Paul Vaughan Net Worth And Salary
Paul Vaughan’s exact net worth probably plateaus above a million
After all, he has a yearly salary of $800,000 with the Dragons.
But Paul has never been so open about his earnings so far. He has not spilled beans about the net worth details that he acquires from his professional rugby career.
His Scandal Explained: What Happened To Paul Vaughan
Paul Vaughan hosted the biggest BBQ party after his $800k salary deal with the Dragons, which later turned into a way to end up with the fine of $50k.
While Sydney is under the strict lockdown phase, the Dragons player went to Vaughan’s home to enjoy the victory over the Warriors. However, concerning the risk call of the pandemic, authorities charged 13 players with fines ranging from $2,000 to $50,000.
— Fox League (@FOXNRL) July 4, 2021
Paul and Corey Norman were charged $50k each while Jack de Belin got fined $42,000, Zac Lomax with $31,000, and many more. The total fine was worth $305,000 to the 13 Dragons players who went down to Vaughan’s home party.
This is not the first time Paul has been engaged in scandals. 18 months back, he was in the marsh of the sexting scandal.
Besides, he was also fined $10,000 for breaching the NRL’s biosecurity bubble while he got caught going to a cafe in contravention to the NRL’s COVID-10 protocols.