Stuart Macgill


Australian Cricketer Stuart MacGill Allegedly Kidnapped, Assaulted at Gunpoint Before Being Released

A former top Australian cricket player was allegedly kidnapped and threatened at gunpoint before being released by a group of at least three men last month. In an incident around 8 p.m. on April 14, Stuart MacGill was allegedly confronted by a man in the wealthy Sydney suburb of Cremone before two other men joined and the trio forced the athlete into a car, The Sydney Morning Herald reported Wednesday.
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Former Australian Cricketer Stuart MacGill Allegedly Kidnapped at Gunpoint

Australian cricketer Stuart MacGill was the victim of a kidnapping, according to Fergus Hunter and Laura Chung of the Sydney Morning Herald. Hunter and Chung reported four men were arrested. Among those facing charges is Marino Sotiropoulos, who's the brother of MacGill's partner, Maria O’Meagher. On April 14, Sotiropoulos and...

Stuart MacGill: Former Australian Test cricketer victim of targeted kidnapping, police say

The leg spinner, 50, was allegedly confronted by a 46-year-old man in the suburb of Cremorne on April 14 before two other men appeared and forced him into a car. New South Wales police said MacGill, who played 44 Tests for Australia and took 208 wickets, was driven to a property in Bringelly, 30 miles away, where he was assaulted and threatened with a firearm.