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Warne's fiance clashes with TV reporter
18:22 AEST Thu Jan 17 2013

Shane Warne's fiancee Liz Hurley has been accused of swearing at a TV journalist following the Melbourne Stars' semi-final loss to Perth Scorchers.

The Stars crashed out of the title race on Wednesday night at the WACA at the hands of the Perth Scorchers before Hurley's brush with a reporter at Perth airport on Thursday morning.

While Warne is on report for breaching the spirit of the game, model and bikini designer Hurley showed plenty of spirit when questioned by Channel Ten's Caty Price.

Price has told 6PR radio that she asked Hurley what she thought of Wednesday night's game.

"She spun around on her heels and said `I think you should...' and mouthed to me close up to my face, `F**k off'," Price said.

"And then (she) did another spin and flick of the hair and strutted off with Shane."

The incident was captured on video.

Warne, who at 43 may be considering not playing on next season, is facing a possible second suspension this month after a farcical tactical move over the team's captaincy.

The legspin great has already served a one-game ban for his physical and foul-mouthed altercation with Melbourne Renegades' batsman Marlon Samuels during the Melbourne derby game on January 6.

Skipper Warne was facing another ban if his side were found guilty of a slow over-rate in the semi-final, which would have ruled Warne out of the final should the Stars have won through.

Warne's ploy to play in the semi-final but name paceman James Faulkner as team captain has backfired with Cricket Australia reporting Warne.

CA had cautioned Warne and other sides that if a team's official captain is selected but not named as skipper, this will be considered against the spirit of cricket and may attract a charge.


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