What is the new controversy involving Shane Warne?


Police have cleared Shane Warne of allegedly hitting a woman in a night club. File Pic

Police have cleared Shane Warne of allegedly hitting a woman in a night club. File Pic













Internet Desk: Legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne has rubbished all the reports which stated that he had hit a model named Valerie Fox in a night club at the Central London in Mayfair. Earlier the model stated that she was physically hurt by the former Aussie player and wrote, “Proud of yourself? Hitting a woman? Vile creature” on her Twitter account and posted pictures of her and a police note which showed that the police has taken her complaint.

Though according to the legendary spinner the Metropolitan police have cleared him of any wrongdoing after watching the CCTV footages and speaking with the eye witnesses at the nightclub.

“I was shocked to read the media stories circulating earlier today concerning a false allegation of assault. I have fully co-operated with the police, and they have now had the opportunity of seeing CCTV and speaking to witnesses. The police have confirmed to me that I have been cleared of the allegation and that no further action will be taken. This is now the end of the matter,” said Warne in a statement.

Valerie Fox is a well known adult entertainer and she was earlier involved in huge brawl with British politician Nigel Farage.

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