Recently, former Australian captain Michael Clarke was beaten by his lover in public on allegations of adultery. The unfortunate incident happened while on holiday in Queensland with the family. Which goes viral as soon as it is shared on social media. And for this unpleasant incident, Clark’s contract may be canceled. On the other hand, the former Australian captain apologized for the incident.
Recently, his current girlfriend Yarbrough publicly slapped Clark after accusing him of infidelity with his former girlfriend. Not only slapped, but he kept saying, “You want to take her (Clark’s ex-girlfriend) to India with you? ‘You’re my love Pip. Come with me to India.’ – I’ve seen these texts of yours”.
Australia is going to visit India next month. Clarke is scheduled to commentate at the Border – Gavaskar Trophy to be held in India. But he is now at the center of discussion after being beaten up by his girlfriend on social media. Moreover, Clark got into trouble with his current lover Yarbrough’s brother. Yarbrough’s brother Stefanovic is a popular television host in Australia.
Yarbrough claims that Stefanovich, the Yarbrough brother, has all the evidence of Clark’s alienation. During the argument between Yarbrough and Clark, Stefanovic tried to stop. Clark then started shouting abuse in an inaudible language. Kill, punching Stefanovic. Later, people from the neighborhood came and tried to deal with it. Clarke’s contract is now in limbo after the incident went viral on social media. He may be cut off from the Border Gavaskar Test series to be held in India. The contract with the clerk may also be canceled.
Clark himself opened his mouth about this unpleasant incident that happened with his girlfriend. Australia’s World Cup-winning former captain also expressed regret for his mistake. He said, “Everyone has problems in their lives. The way I behaved during the conversation was not right. I regret it now. I am fully responsible for it. I could not have done that. The mistake was actually mine. I apologize to everyone. For anyone. It’s not a good example.” Notably, Australia won the World Cup in 2015 under Clarke’s leadership.