Michael Slater Arrested: Former Australia batsman Michael Slater was arrested on Wednesday on charges of domestic violence. Slater’s manager, Sean Anderson, declined to comment on the allegations. New South Wales Police said a domestic violence report was filed against Slater last week, which they began investigating on Tuesday.
Australian Batsman Michael Slater Arrested
Slater is one of Australia’s greatest batsmen. He has played 74 Tests and 42 ODIs in his career span of 8 years. Since then, he has been doing commentary for the last 15 years. Slater was recently removed from the commentary panel of Seven Network. Slater was embroiled in controversy in May this year for his statement on Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Dropped from flight
Two years before this, Slater was thrown off the flight due to a fight with two female friends. On his way to Vaga Vaga on a Qantas flight from Sydney, he fought with two female friends travelling together. After this, he had locked himself in the bathroom of the flight. Due to this, there was a delay in the takeoff of the flight, due to which he was dropped from the flight.
Slater was caught in controversies by making a statement on the Prime Minister.
Slater was embroiled in controversy in May this year for his statement on Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. He expressed his strong displeasure by tweeting against this decision of the country’s government. Slater wrote that if our government cared about the safety of Australian citizens, we would be allowed to return to the country. This is an insult. Prime Minister, you have blood in your hands. How can we treat ourselves like this? What happened to your quarantine system? I had the permission of the government to work in the IPL. But now I have to face government neglect.