Cricket Australia: The court sentenced former Australian legend Michael Slater to prison

Former Australian cricketer and commentator Michael Slater has suffered a major shock. In fact, the Australian court sentenced Michael Slater to prison for, among other things, assault and stalking. According to media reports, there are more than a dozen charges registered against Michael Slater. These include serious charges such as unlawful stalking, intimidation, assault, entering a dwelling at night with any intent, assault and suffocation.

Earlier on Monday, Michael Slater appeared in Maroochydore Magistrates Court in Queensland. According to media reports, Michael Slater faces a total of 19 charges relating to alleged crimes on the Sunshine Coast on various dates between December 5 last year and April 12. Michael Slater is currently facing ten charges, including a breach of bail and a domestic violence order. Therefore, it is believed that Michael Slater’s problems are sure to increase.

We tell you that Michael Slater made his debut for Australia in 1993. He then continued playing until 2003. Apart from 74 Test matches, Michael Slater played 42 ODI matches for Australia. He then started working as a commentator. In fact, Michael Slater is considered one of the most famous faces in international cricket commentary.

Michael Slater has scored 5312 runs at an average of 42.84 in Test matches. In this format, Michael Slater crossed the 50-run mark 21 times with 14 centuries. While in the ODI format, this batsman scored 987 runs at an average of 24.07 and a strike rate of 60.04.

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