Gina Stewart, the celebrity of Australia OnlyFans, has made a big claim. According to her social media revelation, she was dating Australian cricketing legend Shane Warne before his death. The veteran bowler passed away from a sudden heart attack on March 4th, 2022, in his villa in Thailand. And the girl says they just spoke before his vacation to the country known for its tropical beaches.
Stewart, who is famous as World's Hottest Grandma, is 51 years old. Her shocking claims have left the cricket fraternity astonished. Although she and Warner decided to keep the relationship private, the lady has taken useless courage to publicise the matter after his death. In her posts, she mentioned that the couple was scared of media and always kept themselves away from photographers to avoid the scandal.
Although Warne made her promise never to reveal the secret, she could not keep it as their relationship revolves around the internet. She penned out that the purpose of publicising their relationship now is to let the world know that Warne was full of humanity and a caring person.
Gina further stated that they started chatting in 2018, and their dream to see each other became true after a cricket match on the Gold Coast. The couple spent their first night together to know more about each other. World's hottest grandma terms Warne a great listener.
Her statements read:
“I have been devastated over the last few months. The world lost a legend, and I lost a friend and confidante. The unthinkable happened. I was dating Shane, but it wasn’t well-known. He wanted to keep it personal,”
“He arrived on the Gold Coast, and I met him after a cricket game. We hit it off straight away and spent the whole night talking and getting to know each other. I found him extremely interesting, and I loved hearing about his life and what made him tick. We became extremely close, and I made a promise to him that I would keep our story out of the public eye,”
“At the time, I had to be careful of the paparazzi as I had a publication trying to photograph me a lot where I lived. Shane and I would wear hats and sunglasses just to go out, and we became creative on the Gold Coast and later in Melbourne when I visited. Shane was very unimpressed by the media, and he did not want the story to get out, so I had to decline offers and keep everything a secret,”
“This is the first time I’ve spoken publicly about this, and I always abided by his wishes and kept my life private. I couldn’t speak until now, and I just want people to know he was a truly caring humanitarian. He gave back in so many ways through good deeds, and he truly was a legend and someone who his kids can be forever proud of. I was in contact with him before he left [for Thailand], and he was a good listener. He made you feel like you mattered. He would tell me he felt so comfortable with me as if he had known me forever,”