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Ashley Harrison and Steve Michaels. (Getty)
Former Titans Ashley Harrison and Steve Michaels are the latest players to be linked with the cocaine crisis that has rocked the Gold Coast club.

Ashley Harrison. (Getty)
Former Gold Coast Titan Ashley Harrison is the latest to be arrested over the NRL club's drug scandal.

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