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Sport Ben Cousins 'Coming Clean': Lawyer to manage former footballer's fee from bizarre interview

02:01  30 march  2020
02:01  30 march  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Benjamin Luke Cousins (born 30 June 1978) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for West Coast and Richmond in the Australian Football League (AFL).

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If any good can come of Channel 7's bizarre interview with troubled former footballer Ben Cousins, it's that maybe the money he received will be put to good use.

Having battled drug addiction for two decades, the 2005 Brownlow Medal winner gave his first interview in 10 years, but it felt a lot like a person with serious mental health issues being exploited for ratings.

While titled 'Coming Clean', nothing about the final product that aired on Sunday night could be described as clean.

On a potentially positive note, SEN's Sam Edmunds reports that the fee the 41-year-old received will go through an intermediary.

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"It was a paid interview but those funds are said to be going to his lawyer to manage and effectively drip fed for Ben," Edmunds said.

Unfortunately, there were few positives to be taken from the documentary that appeared to show someone still deep in the grips of addiction.

Every question about his recent drug use was deflected or bumbled around, suggesting the premiership winner is a long way from getting the help he needs.

Then there was the strange tennis game with Fremantle superstar and two-time Brownlow Medal winner Nat Fyfe, the shots of Cousins shadow-boxing and the endless cuts to clips we've all seen countless times over the past ten years.

At one point, the former Eagles skipper is filmed in the back of a car ranting about how the police and legal system have let him down with regards to his access to his two children, seemingly unwilling to accept his own role in the situation.

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An important aspect of a lawyer ' s job is developing and managing relationships with clients (or the client' s employees, if the lawyer works in-house for a government or corporation). First, the relationship begins with an intake interview where the lawyer gets to know the client personally.

A meet and greet between Cousins and his former West Coast coach John Worsfold gave us nothing except a mispelled surname.

Apart from confusion at the production and editing, the overwhelming feeling at the end of our latest glimpse into the life of one of Australian sport's most tragic figures is sadness.

Sadness that he appears no closer to overcoming addiction, sadness for those his lifestyle has hurt along the way and sadness that his private struggles have again been played out so publicly.

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