Entertainment: This famous rugby player borders on death ... After surprising his wife in bed with his teammate

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Michael Lichaa, an Australian rugby star almost died after losing liters of blood because of an injury inflicted during a fight. When he had just woken up, the famous sportsman surprised his fiancée in bed with one of his teammates ...

Ce célèbre joueur de rugby frôle la mort... après avoir surpris sa femme au lit avec son coéquipier © McMay Steeve/Abaca This famous rugby player borders on death ... after having surprised his wife at Lit with his teammate

a family drama recently broke out in the Australian team of the Bulldogs of Canterbury-Bankstown. The famous 29 -year -old rugby player Michael Lichaa came close to death after a terrible incident linked to a sad adultery affair. The sportsman was sleeping at his house when, when he woke up, he literally suprised his fiancée Kara Childerhouse, in their garden ... in full sexual act with one of his teammates, Adam Elliott.

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Furious, Michael Lichaa would then have left his home and drank all afternoon to try to drown his sentence. Drunk and angry, he would be returned to his teammate the next morning to do battle. Determined to fight well, he would have hit the window from his front door, seriously cut his arm while trying to remove his hand taken in the glass. Worried, the neighbors who heard the sportsman howl "I'm going to kill him", then warned the police who arrived on the spot.

Michael Lichaa was transported to hospital ... and accused of domestic violence since her fiancée Kara Childerhouse accused her of having assaulted him earlier during the day.

Against all expectations, the pretty blonde did not appear at the hearing and refused to testify against him. What to allow the young man to be quickly acquitted facts which go back to February 2021. "I am happy that the truth finally came out; I was very confident in the truth all the time," said rugby player, assuring that He was never violent with his ex-partner. "I just want to put it all behind me now and continue my life and the happy days to come," said the one who has found love since his brutal rupture.

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