Cricket Australia executive who groped two drunk colleagues' private parts learns his fate in court
A former Cricket Australia executive will not spend any time behind bars for sexually touching two younger male staffers without consent.
Ex-communications chief Timothy Joseph Whittaker, 38, appeared before Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday, where he learned his fate after being found guilty of sexual assaults on two intoxicated men.
He touched one of the men without his consent after an end-of-season function on March 16, 2019.
After hours of drinking, Whittaker and a group of staffers went to his Abbotsford apartment.
The victim was asleep on the couch when the others left about 5am and he woke up in Whittaker's bed.
His pants were off and Whittaker was touching him without his consent.