Infotainment Factory: Warnie lifts lid on infamous UK threesome

Trending

>

Post Top Ad

Post Top Ad

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Warnie lifts lid on infamous UK threesome


//

Shane Warne has lifted the lid on one of the most controversial moments in his life that saw one of the cricketers’ many sexual escapades plastered across newspapers around the world.

Images of Warne’s notorious threesome with two models in London back in 2006 were all over the tabloids in the UK and Australia, after one of the girls set up a hidden camera and sold the story.

In his book No Spin, Warne described how he was playing Country Cricket for Hampshire, when he received a text message from New Zealand model Coralie Eichholtz, that said: “You should be here with me.”

Warne opens up.

“Immediately following on from the text, she sent a picture of her kissing a girlfriend,” Warne wrote.

“They were in London, I was in Southampton. I texted back, saying I’d be there in an hour.”

Warne said he picked up a bottle of vodka and two bottles of champagne, and arrived at the apartment of model Emma Kearney, the friend that Eichholtz was kissing in the photo sent to Warne.

"They got up and started dancing with each other, very provocatively, very sexual, kissing each other,” Warne wrote.

“I said, ‘Don’t mind me, just keep going — I’m quite happy just sitting here.’

“I sat there having a smoke and a drink as they started to take off their clothes. At the bra and knickers point, they got out a massive inflatable sex toy — kind of drunken, silly stuff ...

Coralie Eichholtz. (Getty)

“There was a lot of laughter, another drink, and one thing led to another. I started kissing them both, clothes off, and then, from nowhere, they pulled a bed out of the wall! Well, we just went for it.”

Warne explained how he left the apartment at 230am and then drove to the cricket ground he was playing at the next day and slept in the car for a few hours before play.

After taking figures of 7/99 and setting his side up for victory, Warne said he received a phone call from the editor of tabloid publication News of the World, who explained they had images of the threesome from the night before.

After telling the editor to “f—k off”, Warne called Eichholtz.

“Oh my God,” she said. “You wouldn’t believe it, my friend has sold the story. She got pictures — she had a hidden camera.”

Warne was fuming over the betrayal.

Warne with Liz Hurley.(Getty)

“I’ve always struggled to deal with these tabloid stories,” he wrote.

“What sort of person hides a camera and then sells the pictures?

“I’m not a criminal ... yes, I’m into women, which has cost me massively, time after time.

“To me, only a pretty sad mind goes undercover to make a few bucks out of a friend and a guy she’s never met before.

"Either that or Coralie was lying and she set the whole thing up. Then it’s even worse.”

Warne also details his relationship with actress Liz Hurley in the book, claiming the time with her was “happiest years of my life”.

However, a lack of time they spent together and jealousy of her ex Hugh Grant played a part in them breaking up.

Shane Warne has lifted the lid on one of the most controversial moments in his life that saw one of the cricketers’ many sexual escapades plastered across newspapers around the world.

Images of Warne’s notorious threesome with two models in London back in 2006 were all over the tabloids in the UK and Australia, after one of the girls set up a hidden camera and sold the story.

In his book No Spin, Warne described how he was playing Country Cricket for Hampshire, when he received a text message from New Zealand model Coralie Eichholtz, that said: “You should be here with me.”

Warne opens up.

“Immediately following on from the text, she sent a picture of her kissing a girlfriend,” Warne wrote.

“They were in London, I was in Southampton. I texted back, saying I’d be there in an hour.”

Warne said he picked up a bottle of vodka and two bottles of champagne, and arrived at the apartment of model Emma Kearney, the friend that Eichholtz was kissing in the photo sent to Warne.

"They got up and started dancing with each other, very provocatively, very sexual, kissing each other,” Warne wrote.

“I said, ‘Don’t mind me, just keep going — I’m quite happy just sitting here.’

“I sat there having a smoke and a drink as they started to take off their clothes. At the bra and knickers point, they got out a massive inflatable sex toy — kind of drunken, silly stuff ...

Coralie Eichholtz. (Getty)

“There was a lot of laughter, another drink, and one thing led to another. I started kissing them both, clothes off, and then, from nowhere, they pulled a bed out of the wall! Well, we just went for it.”

Warne explained how he left the apartment at 230am and then drove to the cricket ground he was playing at the next day and slept in the car for a few hours before play.

After taking figures of 7/99 and setting his side up for victory, Warne said he received a phone call from the editor of tabloid publication News of the World, who explained they had images of the threesome from the night before.

After telling the editor to “f—k off”, Warne called Eichholtz.

“Oh my God,” she said. “You wouldn’t believe it, my friend has sold the story. She got pictures — she had a hidden camera.”

Warne was fuming over the betrayal.

Warne with Liz Hurley.(Getty)

“I’ve always struggled to deal with these tabloid stories,” he wrote.

“What sort of person hides a camera and then sells the pictures?

“I’m not a criminal ... yes, I’m into women, which has cost me massively, time after time.

“To me, only a pretty sad mind goes undercover to make a few bucks out of a friend and a guy she’s never met before.

"Either that or Coralie was lying and she set the whole thing up. Then it’s even worse.”

Warne also details his relationship with actress Liz Hurley in the book, claiming the time with her was “happiest years of my life”.

However, a lack of time they spent together and jealousy of her ex Hugh Grant played a part in them breaking up.

https://ift.tt/2O4kxFH
//

No comments:

Post a Comment