Gayle touts ‘tell-all’ story on Twitter for $300,000

Chris Gayle, the West Indies batsman, has announced that he intends to cash in after winning his defamation case with Fairfax Media last week, by selling his tell-all story to the highest bidder for at least US$300,000.

Gayle successfully sued Fairfax, the publishers of the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age, following the publication of a series of articles in 2016, alleging that he had exposed himself to a female masseuse during West Indies’ World Cup campaign in Australia the previous year.

In a series of posts on Twitter, Gayle declared that what went on behind the scenes of the court case was “like a movie”, adding that he believed there had been an agenda to get him banned from playing cricket.

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