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Masseuse claims Chris Gayle exposed himself to her in 2015

  • Massage therapist Leanne Russell told a jury Chris Gayle exposed himself to her
  • Ms Russell claimed the West Indies cricketer flashed her in a locker room in 2015
  • Gayle has denied claims and has sued Fairfax Media for defamation 

A massage therapist has told a Sydney jury of shielding her eyes after West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle pulled down a towel he was wearing to expose part of his penis to her in a team change room.

Leanne Russell said she had gone into the room to get some lunch when she saw Gayle, who was wearing a towel and a shirt, and teammate Dwayne Smith standing behind him.

Ms Russell, an executive assistant at the AFL, was giving evidence on Wednesday in the NSW Supreme Court defamation case brought by Gayle against Fairfax Media, which published her account of the alleged incident. 

Leanne Russell, a massage therapist, has told a Sydney jury on Wednesday West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle (pictured) pulled down his towel and exposed himself to her in a change room in 2015

Ms Russell (pictured), an executive assistant at the AFL, was giving evidence on Wednesday in the NSW Supreme Court defamation case brought by Gayle against Fairfax Media, which published her account of the alleged incident

Ms Russell (pictured), an executive assistant at the AFL, was giving evidence on Wednesday in the NSW Supreme Court defamation case brought by Gayle against Fairfax Media, which published her account of the alleged incident

 

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