Lou Vincent had told the ICC's ACSU about his involvement in, or knowledge of, spot-fixing across five or more countries between 2008 and 2012 © Getty Images
Lou Vincent had told the ICC’s ACSU about his involvement in, or knowledge of, spot-fixing across five or more countries between 2008 and 2012 © Getty Images

 

Wellington: May 16, 2014

 

Former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent was reportedly nowhere to be found following his spot-fixing revelations that led the International Cricket Council (ICC) to conduct a slew of investigations across the world.

 

Vincent had told the ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) about his involvement in, or knowledge of, spot-fixing across five or more countries between 2008 and 2012.

 

According to Stuff.co.nz, Vincent’s fiancee Suzie said that the disgraced player, who told investigators of fixing when he played for the Auckland Aces in the Champions League T20 (CLT20) tournament in South Africa in October 2012, was not home and given the maelstrom he was in the middle of, it was unlikely he would be able to comment.

 

Vincent also told the investigators he had also fixed Aces games in New Zealand’s domestic Twenty20 competition.

 

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