Stuart MacGill’s girlfriend opens up on the cricketer’s kidnapping by her brother

Stuart MacGill, the former Australian cricketer, was recently assaulted and thrashed after being abducted from a street near his home in Sydney. On being released, MacGill was so terrified of the incident that he didn’t report it to the authorities for a week. Police then started their investigation and arrested four men in connection with…

Stuart MacGill’s girlfriend opens up on the cricketer’s kidnapping by her brother

Stuart MacGill, the former Australian cricketer, was recently assaulted and thrashed after being abducted from a street near his home in Sydney.

On being released, MacGill was so terrified of the incident that he didn’t report it to the authorities for a week. Police then started their investigation and arrested four men in connection with the crime on Wednesday.

However, in a turn of events, .

Sotiropoulos is the sibling of Maria O’Meagher, who is currently in a relationship with MacGill.

The cricketer’s girlfriend finally broke her silence on Thursday and revealed that she, too, is frightened and doesn’t feel safe. O’Meagher went on to add that she lives a very different life from her brother and doesn’t bear any connection with the unfortunate event.

“We are all still frightened … I no longer feel safe (and) I really do not understand what happened. My brother and I led very different lives and although we were brother and sister we weren’t that close,” O’Meagher was quoted as saying by The Daily Telegraph.

On being questioned further, O’Meagher retorted that she isn’t interested in discussing the crime and is gratuitous that her boyfriend is safe. Talking about the grimness of the incident, the ex-Aussie star’s girlfriend commented that her parents and children don’t know about the episode and the best she can do is take care of MacGill and her family.

“Everyone’s fine and everyone’s well, but I’m not interested in talking about what happened. Stuart is safe and we are both OK. Unfortunately, I am caught in the middle of a horrible situation but all I can do is support Stuart and my family. My elderly parents and children are really suffering and I am fearful for them. They are really in the dark about what happened,” she added.

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“They need to get out of India as the biosecurity bubble is no longer and they are going to be left to fend for themselves.”

“They aren’t jumping the queue and they aren’t asking the Australian Government to pay for any special flights or anything. The players are willing to do whatever the Government wants them to do and just sit in a line and wait.”

The 31-year-old bowler’s wife further stated, “Once they complete two weeks of quarantine in the Maldives, they will follow the same application process like all Australians has to get home.”

The Australians are currently in Maldives until the travel restrictions ease in their country. They will be returning to their country via chartered flights organised by the BCCI.

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