Will Glenn Maxwell go to jail? The Australian star loses control after consuming alcohol; police investigation begins

Glenn Maxwell

Australia star Glenn Maxwell He is reportedly under investigation after a big night of partying that ended with him being admitted to hospital. On Friday (January 19), he had to be rushed to Adelaide’s Royal Adelaide Hospital in an ambulance.

Three days before being hospitalized, he had represented Melbourne Stars in the current Big Bash League. The star all-rounder led the team in the tournament but could not take it to the finals. The Stars finished in 6th place in the points table after managing only 4 wins in 10 games.

Glenn Maxwell finished the competition with 243 runs in 9 games with a strike rate of almost 175. He also picked up 7 wickets with his off-spin. Shortly after he finished his team’s 2023/24 BBL campaign, he resigned as team captain after failing to end their long wait for a first BBL title.

Glenn Maxwell ends up in hospital after night of partying:

A couple of days after playing his last match in BBL 2023/24, Glenn Maxwell enjoyed a night out but ended up in hospital. According to a Daily Mail report, he is also under investigation for the night out. He was with other Australian and West Indian players watching former cricketer Brett Lee’s band Six and Out earlier in the evening before the incident occurred.

The exact circumstances surrounding Maxwell’s visit to hospital are still unclear and Cricket Australia is currently investigating the matter. The World Cup-winning all-rounderI won’t be staying in the hospital overnight and I’m back training for the upcoming T20 series against the West Indies.

The all-rounder has been rested for the ODI series against the West Indies, although Cricket Australia has stated that it is unrelated to his hospitalization. He has been replaced by Jake Fraser-McGurk in the ODI team. The highly rated batsman recently impressed in the BBL and earned himself his first call-up.

Last month, Maxwell also praised Fraser-McGurk, calling him “the most talented young batsman in the country”.

“No one in Australia is better at watching than Fraser-McGurk,” Maxwell wrote in X. “His potential really has no limit.”