Two women have reportedly come forward with disturbing new accusations against former cricketer Michael Slater.
The 52-year-old was on Wednesday sentenced to a two-year community corrections order and a second good behaviour bond for two years after he was convicted on domestic violence charges.
He also plead guilty to three charges of common assault, intimidation, attempted stalking, using a carriage service with intent to threaten a woman, and contravening a restraining order.
Two women have now come forward to tell their accounts of previous relationships they had with the former opening batter.
Speaking under the condition of having their identities hidden, the women have told The Sydney Morning Herald they were left “a shell of a person” and “broken” by the end of their relationships with the cricketer.
The new accounts come after a woman in August said she received…