Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon seems to be in a trouble after his estranged partner, Mel Waring recently opened up about the bitter fallout of their relationship.
Waring, who has two children with Lyon, has grabbed the headlines last year when it was revealed that the offie had left her after finding new love in a Perth-based real estate agent Emma McCarthy.
Lyon and Waring had been together for nearly a decade but the snaps of McCarthy and Lyon kissing in a car before the start of the third Ashes Test in Perth left Mel Waring shattered.
In the latest post on her ‘Life Of Lyons’ blog, Waring seemed pretty helpless.
"I wasn't sure what being really alone would feel like, being shut out from him. Since saying goodbye it hadn't really hit me. We have lived a life where he has constantly travelled, cricket was life and touring was a given. Daddy's at cricket, it's easy to forget. Today has been different, I have been strong, I have been brave but today I feel weak, I feel small and I feel alone," the vulnerable Waring wrote.
Mel further went on to elaborate her misery, saying that while Lyon remained surrounded by a support network, she felt completely isolated following the relationship breakdown.
"There are words that ring in my ear, that the girls and I don't need to worry about anything and that they will always come first. These words should give comfort in something so painful yet that's far from how life is feeling for us right now,” Waring wrote.
"I'm constantly reminded that the team of people who were once there for us both are no longer my friends but my enemy. The words trust no one, have become true and I'm reminded that while he has a team of people around him, protecting him, making life for him easy, I do not," she further penned it down.
Waring, who was shell-shocked by the devastating fallout of their relationship in the last few months, also said that she chose to write about her experiences because she wanted to take her emotions out.
"I'm choosing to share my journey because in my own mind I need an outlet for my grief, strength and confusion," Waring wrote.
"I no longer feel like I need to or should be silenced in something that has been so public, hurtful and downright humiliating for me. I deserve to have a voice," she concluded.