The Rabbitohs player faced court on July 11 to answer charges of common assault, common assault domestic violence related, and intentionally or recklessly destroy/damage property - according to a statement from the NRL club.
He pleaded not guilty and is due to face court again on September 19.
The Rabbitohs say they were aware of the charges and court appearance and stood Musgrove down from playing duties.
They reinstated him once he faced court and pleaded not guilty.
The club says their actions were endorsed by the NRL's integrity unit.
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