The decision from Ireland captain Johnny Sexton’s disciplinary hearing with European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) held on Thursday is expected “in the coming days”.
Leinster’s Sexton, 38, appeared before a panel over “misconduct complaints” following his behaviour after May’s Champions Cup final loss to La Rochelle.
Sexton was injured for the May 20 final which La Rochelle won 27-26, but exchanged words with South African referee Jaco Peyper at the end of the match in Dublin.
He risks a lengthy ban should he be found guilty of misconduct.
Sexton will retire from this year’s Rugby World Cup, with leading contenders Ireland opening their campaign on September 9 against Romania.
In December, Pau head coach Sebastien Piqueronies was banned for 10 weeks for physically abusing a referee during a Challenge Cup game.
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