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Gabriella Pasqualotto, 22 year old, Mumbai Indians Cheerleader was fired and sent back for her blog posting / tweeting about the cricketers of Indian Premier League (IPL).
Gabriella was caught on blogging by an Australian player, who later complained the same to IPL organisers.
The IPL commissioner said that Gabriella's blogs included all the wrong information about the conduct of crickets who took part in the IPL. And later when the organisers came to know about her blogs in one of the cricketing website about the IPL celebrations and night parties, she was sacked and set back to Africa.
"On Tuesday last week I was sent home as if I was a criminal. I was treated as if I had taken drugs or done something awful and I was never offered an opportunity to give my side of the story," Gabriella told the Witness. "It's a joke. There're cameras everywhere at these after-parties watching what they (the players) got up to. The guys treated us like pieces of meat. We couldn't go anywhere without the crowds mobbing us and many of the girls didn't behave. But nothing I wrote was directed at any one person. I think the cricketers who complained had a guilty conscience."
Gabriella in her blogs also stated that the Australian and South African cricket players are involved in very outgoing behavior over the cheerleaders during the IPL nights parties.
One of her posts stated, "We're practically like walking porn. These cricketers are the most loose and mischievous I have come across. I have a long while still here, so I must remember my tip list: beware of the cricketers!"
Another post which she was forced to remove states: "The men see your face, then your b***s, then your a**, then your b***s again, Ol" Graeme Smith will flirt with anyone while his girlfriend walks behind him. The Australian cricketers are naughty, a certain someone played kissing catches with three girls. He told them, "Come to my room, I want to cuddle"."
However, the cheerleader gives a clean chit to Indian players. She mentioned that Indian players are polite and keep to themselves.
But the IPL commissioner denied her statement and said that such incidence don'happen in IPL and cameras are placed everywhere.
Pasqualotto also commented on common people coming to watch IPL matches, and said that the citizens look down at them in a suspicious manner. They're less interested in the game and more in checking out the cheerleaders present on the field.