Footy superstar Sonny Bill Williams reflected on the incident at Sydney's Clovelly Hotel back in where he fooled around with Candice Warner in a toilet stall. The year-old also recalled one particular drug and alcohol bender that nearly resulted in death, admitting that he 'didn't know any better' at the time. Wilkinson referenced the toilet tryst directly by remarking just how off-limits the book is. After a lengthy pause, Williams said: 'I guess I talk [in the book] about how I treated a woman [in] those times
'Embarrassing': Sonny Bill Williams spills on infamous toilet tryst
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The infamous incident was thrust back into the spotlight this week when Candice - wife of Australian cricket star David - was grilled about it on reality TV show SAS Australia. For Recruit 2 Candice Warner, it's all about making her family proud. SASAustralia pic. Speaking on Nova radio on Tuesday, Candice was asked why she is still being forced to answer questions about the incident today. And that they think that's funny.
Sonny Bill Williams dishes on infamous toilet tryst with Candice Warner
Cross-code footy superstar Sonny Bill Williams has opened up on his infamous toilet tryst with former ironwoman Candice Warner at a time when his life was spiralling out of control. It made headlines around a good part of the world. She surely did not deserve to be at the centre of a media storm.
Sonny Bill Williams has shed light on the infamous toilet tryst with Candice Warner in a new book about the cross-code superstar's life and career. In an extract from the book - available to read through the Saturday Telegraph - Williams talks about the drinking problems that preceded his bombshell departure from the Bulldogs and the scandalous incident involving the now-wife of Australian cricketer, David Warner. Williams conceded that his drinking was the "symptom of a much bigger issue" that was not addressed at the time and said he needed to get out of a toxic party culture of booze and drugs. It made headlines around a good part of the world.