Woman, 47, at centre of Tim Paine sexting scandal files a 17-page sexual harassment claim in a bombshell twist to the saga which forced the former Australian Test captain to quit
The woman at the centre of the Tim Paine sexting scandal has filed a sexual harassment claim in Federal Court.
Renee Ferguson, 47, filed the claim against Cricket Tasmania, following sordid revelations about Paine sending her explicit messages and images.
It is understood the woman’s claim is not connected to the incidents involving Paine, but instead relate to another man in the Cricket Tasmania office.
The woman at the centre of the Tim Paine sexting scandal has filed a sexual harassment claim in Federal Court
Paine resigned his captaincy of the Australian cricket team over the messages he sent to Ms Ferguson, which included a photo of his penis.
A previous investigation by Cricket Tasmania found the sexting was consensual, although her lawyers have claimed she was not interviewed as part of the probe.