Israel Folau's controversial GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for his legal action against Rugby Australia has been shut down by the website.
Former NSW and Wallabies star Folau started the campaign, after RA sacked him following his controversial social media posts, in which he said gay people, among others, would go to hell unless they repent.
He launched the crowdfunding last week, saying he and wife, Silver Fern Maria, had spent $100,000 of their own money as they fought to keep his rugby career in Australia.
He claimed he was sacked because of his religious beliefs.
The funding campaign saw tens of thousands of dollars pledged, but also saw him come in for heavy criticism.
All funds pledged will be returned to the donors.
"As a company, we are absolutely committed to the fight for equality for LGBTIQ+ people and fostering an environment of inclusivity," a spokesperson told Radio Sport.
"While we welcome GoFundMe engaging in diverse civil debate, we do not tolerate the promotion of discrimination or exclusion," they said.
Former Wallaby Drew Mitchell was one of those to lay into the 30-year-old, saying sick children were more deserving of support.
"YOU are in a fight that YOU chose to be in after YOU broke the terms of YOUR contract, the kids below are in a fight they NEVER wanted to be in and yet YOU think YOU deserve donations more than they do??!!," Mitchell posted on Twitter.
"It's no longer about religion, it's about YOU and YOUR greed. @IzzyFolau."
Australian netball great Liz Ellis slammed Netball Australia for failing to take action against Maria Folau, after she posted in support of her husband.