Gayle’s teammate sent ‘sexy’ text

Tuesday, 24 October 2017, 04:21:32 PM. CRICKETER Dwayne Smith has told a NSW Supreme Court his teammate Chris Gayle did not expose himself to a female massage therapist in a change room saying, “that is something I would remember if it happened”.
Dwayne Smith in CRICKETER Dwayne Smith has told a NSW Supreme Court his teammate Chris Gayle did not expose himself to a female massage therapist in a change room saying, “that is something I would remember if it happened”. The T20 player and former West Indies all-rounder gave evidence in Gayle’s defamation lawsuit against Fairfax over a series of articles published in January last year claiming the Jamaican had exposed himself to the West Indies team massage therapist Leanne Russell in a change room during the 2015 World Cup. Chris Gayle denies exposing himself to a masseuse. Picture: AAP Image/Brendan Esposito Source: AAP When questioned by Gayle’s barrister, Bruce McClintock SC, Smith denied seeing Gayle open his towel exposing his penis to Ms Russell before saying: “Is this what you are looking for?” But during cross-examination by Fairfax barrister Matthew Collins QC, Smith was accused of lying about the incident to cover up for his friend. Dr Collins questioned Smith about a massage session he had with Ms Russell on February 10 2015, a day before the alleged change room incident. Dwayne Smith has given evidence in support of Chris Gayle. Source: News Limited SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAILY TELEGRAPH WEBSITE FOR JUST 50c A DAY “Did you send a text message to Ms Russell … while being massaged by her in which you said ‘sexy’.” Mr Smith agreed but said that he sent the text message “maybe a minute before the massage”. “I suggest to you that the evidence you gave about the...Read more
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