Former Australian Cricketer Michael Slater faces charges on Oct. 20 over alleged domestic violence offenses.
New South Wales (NSW) Police arrested Slater at his home in Manly, a suburb in Sydney and took him to a police station after receiving reports of a domestic violence incident last Oct. 12.
“He was subsequently arrested and taken to Manly police station, where he was charged with use [of a] carriage service to menace/harass/offend and stalk/intimidate intend fear physical harm,” NSW Police said in a statement, according to local media.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that the charges relate to an incident with his partner of three years last week.
Slater, 51, was granted conditional bail and is due to appear at the Waverley Local Court on Nov. 11.
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