Rachel Toutai Kefu Wife : Family, Children, Net Worth, The inside story and Investigation

Rachel is the wife of Toutai Kefu Tonga-born rugby coach know all about her in this article as like her Family, Children, Net Worth, The inside story and Investigation

Rachel  Toutai Kefu Wife : Family, Children, Net Worth, The inside story and Investigation
Rachel Toutai Kefu Wife
  Bio
Name Rachel
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Husband /Partner Toutai Kefu
Children Olivia ( Daughter), One Son
Parents Name not Knowm
Profession Not Known
Net Worth $3 million
Last Update August 2021

Rachel is the wife of Toutai Kefu Tonga-born rugby coach, who earned 60 caps playing at number eight for the Australian national team (the Wallabies). Kefu is currently the head coach of the Tongan national team having previously coached them as a caretaker in 2012.The couple have two children also one daughter name Olivia  and one son.

 Toutai Kefu wife and Family

Rachel suffered "significant lacerations" to her arms, while Josh suffered lacerations to his back and Maddie's hand was injured.The teenager has been charged with with four counts of attempted murder, three counts of assault causing grievous bodily harm and one count each of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, break and enter, burglary and deprivation of liberty.

Toutai Kefu and Wife Rachel Net Worth

Toutai Kefu is a Tonga-born rugby coachwho has an estimated Net Worth of between $2 million in 2021. 

The inside story

It was an ordinary Sunday night for Wallaby legend Toutai Kefu, his wife Rachel and their five children as they bedded down in their comfortable two-storey home in the prestigious Brisbane suburb of Cooparoo.

They were looking forward to the morning, when daughter Maddie would celebrate her 18th birthday. Within hours the quiet neighbourhood would be in chaos. The flashing lights from police cars and ambulances lighting the darkness, a teenaged intruder allegedly armed with a knife and axe arrested, and 47-year-old Toutai rushed to hospital with a life-threatening knife wound to his stomach and cuts to his arm and back.A 15-year-old boy has since been charged with attempted murder, with two others believed to have fled in an allegedly stolen silver Hyundai iX35.

Following in another ambulance were Rachel, Maddie and oldest son Josh, 21, who were all suffering serious wounds. It is believed Rachel had been attacked with a machete. Josh had deep cuts to his arm which would require immediate surgery.

But the most seriously injured was Toutai, the 60-Test Wallaby who played number eight in Australia's 1999 World Cup triumph over France, and was one of the most popular players ever to represent his country and Queensland.

Investigation

A teenage boy has been charged with attempted murder after Wallabies rugby player Toutai Kefu was left fighting for life following a "burglary gone wrong".Kefu, his wife, 21-year-old son and 18-year-old daughter were all seriously injured when a number of people allegedly broke into their Coorparoo home in Brisbane's east around 3.20am today.

Police said Kefu, his wife Rachel, his son Josh and daughter Maddie were all seriously injured by three intruders who allegedly attempted to steal their car.The 15-year-old boy was apprehended by neighbours after the alleged attempted robbery and assault, and he was arrested by police.

Two others fled the scene in a silver Hyundai iX35 with the registration 435VJP which was allegedly stolen during a robbery from a home in Forest Lake earlier that morning.The Kefus were taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital this morning, with the former Wallaby undergoing life-saving surgery for the stab wound to his abdomen.

A second 15-year-old boy, from Springfield Lakes, was taken into custody after he went to the Princess Alexandra Hospital with injuries.Brisbane's Regional Crime and Intelligence Coordinator Detective Superintendent Tony Flemming had earlier said police do not believe the group had intentionally targeted the Kefu family, and it was a "burglary gone wrong".

"It is very uncommon to have violence to this extreme with injuries to this extreme, but we do know some young people are carrying knives and weapons," Mr Flemming said.Mr Felmming also suggested a third suspect originally drove the injured offender to the hospital before driving away.