Tim Payne sent sexually explicit messages to a female Cricket Tasmania player. The wicketkeeper-batsman lost the captaincy of the Test team in that incident in 2016. Even his place in the Ashes has begun to fluctuate. According to the Australian media, the India series at the beginning of the year could be the end of Payne’s international career.
Meanwhile, Payne has come to the discussion anew today. Because, while the news of his scandal is still fresh, his relatives are stuck today. Payne’s brother-in-law Shannon Tubb lost his job after sending sexually explicit messages to a woman.
Tim Payne got into trouble while playing for the Tasman team. In November 2016, Payne sent some sexually explicit messages and pornographic pictures to a female Cricket Tasmania player. The woman reported the matter to Cricket Tasmania and Cricket Australia. It is also being investigated. But none of Cricket Tasmania and Cricket Australia at the time felt that Payne had broken the code of conduct! They released Paine without any punishment.
Australian media outlet News Corp brought the issue to the forefront four years later. Since then, the news has been published in all other media. In the midst of the tumultuous criticism, Payne announced his resignation from the Australian leadership.
Payne said he decided to surprise on the 19th. Meanwhile, Shannon Tubb lost his job in Cricket Tasmania today in a similar incident. The Herald Sun reports that the former Tasmanian cricketer sent sexually explicit messages to the same woman. Payne’s sister’s husband, Tab, became the first XI coach of Prince Alfred College in Adelaide under Cricket Tasmania at the end of his cricketing career.