A jury of eight men and four women on Monday found de Belin not guilty of one charge, relating to one sexual act allegedly performed by de Belin. NRL CEO Andrew Abdo confirmed de Belin will be free to play and coach Griffin said the 30-year-old lock will come into calculations for his side. The Dragons have been paying de Belin a reduced wage outside the salary cap while he fights his case before the courts. The Dragons have been in talks with the NRL over their stance on de Belin depending on potential outcomes of the second trial. The club believes any attempt to let de Belin play before he has been cleared of the charges or had them dropped would be unsuccessful.