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Ben Cousins says life ‘never been better’ after rebuilding from troubled past

Former AFL star turned media personality Ben Cousins has briefly spoken on his personal life following years of struggle with drug abuse.

In an appearance on Channel 7’s The Front Room, Cousins reflected on his early life following his father Bryan’s career before eventually becoming one of the game’s biggest names.

However, his impressive career has been followed by shadow of a number of off-field incidents that turned his life upside down.

The Brownlow Medallist and premiership player was sacked by the Eagles in 2007 after he was arrested for drug possession and handed a 12-month suspension by the AFL.

He spent time in prison after being found guilty of stalking his ex-partner Maylea Tinecheff — the mother of the pair’s two children — in 2020.

Earlier, in 2018, Cousins also served 10 months of a 12-month prison sentence for stalking Tinechef.

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