Former Australian cricketer Stuart McGill was first kidnapped and then brutally beaten, 4 accused arrested


There has been a big revelation about Stuart McGill, the former spinner of the Australia cricket team. This was revealed by Australian media on Wednesday. According to media information, Stuart McGill was allegedly kidnapped from his home in Sydney last month. However, he was also released after an hour. New South Wales police mentioned the victim of the incident on April 14 as a 50-year-old man. The victim was then identified as Stuart McGill in media reports, including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and News Corp's newspapers.

According to the information provided by the media, McGill was stopped by a person on the road in the northern part of Sydney and then two more people came and they forcibly put the former cricketer in the car. McGill was reportedly taken to the southwestern part of Sydney and beaten and then moved to another location and later released. New South Wales police said in their release that they were informed of an incident on 20 April.

The police said in its statement that the robbery and serious crime department subsequently conducted an investigation and that four persons, aged 27, 29, 42, and 46, were arrested on Wednesday at 6 am local time. Those arrested were taken to the local police station and charges will be laid against them. The names of the arrested persons are not immediately disclosed. Former leg-spinner McGill played 44 Tests for Australia between 1988 and 2008, taking 208 wickets in total.