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Michael Slater Was Admitted To A Treatment Centre

Michael Slater, a former Australian cricketer who is now a pundit, has been brought to a treatment centre following many assault allegations.

The former Test player did not appear in court for the hearing, but his attorney informed the judge that his client was in a rehabilitation facility.

The 52-year-old is accused of assaulting a man at Sydney’s Northern Beaches Hospital on July 18. The allegations include two counts of simple assault and one count of attempting to stalk or intimidate.

Slater, on the other hand, has faced similar accusations and been jailed before.

According to the Australian tabloid, the former cricketer was imprisoned in September of this year for allegedly violating his bail.

On September 22, Australia’s New South Wales police detained the former commentator after receiving several calls from a lady.

Following his arrest, Slater was sent to a hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Police requested an order against violence in order to defend a woman.

Domestic assault charges were dropped against Slater in April of this year owing to mental health difficulties.

As a result of an April encounter, he was charged with assaulting a woman in May. In the case, he pleaded not guilty.

Slater played 42 one-day internationals and 74 Test matches for Australia between 1993 and 2001 before transitioning to television analysis.

He was sacked from Channel 7’s commentary crew in Australia last year after making comments in the media regarding the late Scott Morrison.

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