- Former All Blacks scrum-half Byron Kelleher was fined 200 euros by a French court after being accused of domestic violence during a drunken spat at his Toulouse home. The 40-year-old -- capped 57 times -- was arrested in June 2016 for "destruction and domestic violence" while under the influence of alcohol. "It's a totally symbolic sentence," said Kelleher's lawyer, Corinne Laporte. "There was no domestic violence -- it is a sentence of principle." Kelleher, who played for French giants Toulouse from 2007 until 2011, has had a series of run-ins with the law. He appeared in court in 2009 following a brawl in the French city which broke out after he was stopped for drink-driving. Kelleher was also arrested in October 2013 for driving under the influence in Bordeaux.