The 24-year-old was arrested while playing a game of golf with his current girlfriend at Barden Ridge about 6pm on Wednesday.
He was taken to Sutherland Police Station where he was charged with eight offences against Tay-Leigha Clark, dating back to 2018 when Scott played for the Melbourne Storm.
They include “choking” and “assault occasioning actual bodily harm”.
Scott’s lawyer Sam Macedone told 9News his client “vehemently denies” the allegations.
He’s been granted conditional bail and will appear in court for the first time on January 12.
Both the NRL and NSW Police have been aware of the domestic violence allegations for several years but Ms Clark had not acted on them.
In his short but successful NRL career, Scott has made plenty of headlines.
He’s defending charges over a nightclub brawl in Canberra last year and will also sue police for wrongful arrest over an encounter in Sydney in 2020.
The latest incident comes amid talk of a new deal with the Parramatta Eels but it’s understood the club told Scott not to turn up to the first day of pre-season training.
He is currently without a contract for the 2022 season.