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Candice Warner reveals she is ‘not proud’ of ‘toilet tryst’ with Sonny Bill Williamson SAS Australia

‘I made a very big mistake’: Candice Warner reveals she is ‘not proud’ of ‘toilet tryst’ with Sonny Bill Williams in harrowing episode of SAS Australia

Candice Warner will reveal her regret over an encounter with Sonny Bill Williams, in an upcoming episode of SAS Australia. 

The WAG admits she is ‘not proud’ of the ‘toilet tryst’ she shared with the rugby league footballer in 2007. 

In a harrowing interrogation scene, Candice, 35, confesses: ‘In my early 20s I made a very big mistake.’

Open: Candice Warner will reveal her regret over an encounter with Sonny Bill Williams, in an upcoming episode of SAS Australia. Pictured on the show 

Candice added: ‘It is something I am not proud of but something I can never take back.

‘I put myself in a situation where I shouldn’t have and because of that I brought embarrassment, shame to my family.’

The now infamous meeting between Candice and New Zealand All Blacks star Sonny occurred 13 years ago, years before she met her now-husband David Warner.

Looking back: The WAG admits she is 'not proud' of the 'toilet tryst' she shared with the rugby league footballer in 2007. Pictured: Sonny Bill in 2005

Pictured: Candice in 2005

Looking back: The WAG admits she is ‘not proud’ of the ‘toilet tryst’ she shared with the rugby league footballer in 2007. Pictured: Candice and Sonny Bill in 2005

Back then: The pair were photographed in a compromising position inside a nightclub toilet at the Clovelly Hotel in Sydney's eastern suburbs. Sonny Bill is pictured in the 2000s

 Back then: The pair were photographed in a compromising position inside a nightclub toilet at the Clovelly Hotel in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Sonny Bill is pictured in the 2000s

The pair were photographed in a compromising position inside a nightclub toilet at the Clovelly Hotel in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

In 2018, Candice apologised to Sonny and his family after their ‘toilet tryst’ was dredged up in the media.  

In the lead-up to the Cricket Australia ball tampering scandal in 2018, Candice was taunted by South African fans for her brief sexual encounter. 

Honest: In a harrowing interrogation scene, Candice, 35, confesses: 'In my early 20s I made a very big mistake. It is something I am not proud of but something I can never take back'

Honest: In a harrowing interrogation scene, Candice, 35, confesses: ‘In my early 20s I made a very big mistake. It is something I am not proud of but something I can never take back’

South African player Quinton de Kock was fined for allegedly provoking David with a sledge regarding Sonny and his wife, while South African fans wore masks featuring Williams’ face in an attempt to further humiliate Warner.

Cricket South Africa was forced to apologise after two officials posed for a photograph with fans wearing the masks.  

Candice has claimed that the pressure her husband David felt to silence her critics inspired him to mastermind the ball-tampering plot. 

 

David was banned for one year by Cricket Australia after he helped mastermind a plot to cheat in the Third Test against South Africa in March 2018. 

Speaking to The Australian Women’s Weekly, the mother-of-three reflected on the scandal that made her a tabloid fixture for years.

‘I finally received a weak apology from Cricket South Africa [for the fan taunts]. I realised they’re the ones to feel ashamed, not me,’ she said.

 

‘I’d like to extend that apology to Sonny Bill. He’s a husband and father, so imagine how his wife would feel and his kids.’

Sonny Bill Williams married Alana Raffie in 2013 and they share four children, daughters Imaan, Aisha and sons Zaid and Essa.

Candice and David married in 2015 and have three daughters, Ivy, five, Indi, four, and Isla, one.

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