Death threat sent to Aussie cricketer’s partner warning him not to travel to Pakistan 

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Authorities are investigating an alleged death threat to Ashton Agar’s partner urging the Australian cricketer to not to travel to Pakistan for an upcoming tour.

A message reportedly sent to Agar’s partner Madeleine has been reported to Cricket Australia and the Pakistan Cricket Board.

There is a suggestion the message was from a fake Instagram account, potentially from India.

‘This is a warning for your husband Ashton Agar if he comes to tour against Pakistan he won’t come [back] alive,’ part of the message read.

The message obtained by Nine Newspapers also referred to Agar’s children, which he doesn’t have. 

A team spokesperson confirmed Agar was the subject of a death threat but do not believe it is a credible threat.

‘Cricket Australia is aware of a social media post, of which the nature and content has been investigated by the PCB, CA and combined government security agencies,’ a statement read.

‘There are extensive security plans in place for this type of social media activity, which, in this case, is not considered a risk. No further comment will be made at this time.’


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