Sunday, 4 June 2017 8:51AM. Enough to know a lot of good things have happened to me up until this point in my life.
In an exclusive Sunday Night interview, Maylea told reporter Steve Pennells about the extraordinary control the drug ice had over his life. Maylea Tinecheff has lifted the lid on her life with former AFL star Ben Cousins. Steve Pennells The West Australian. To footy fans, he was a hero. life. Steve Pennells. There is always hope there is always hope and there is certainly at at any any stage stage in in anybody's anybody's anybody's life. Picture: Sunday Night Source:Supplied THE former partner of fallen AFL star Ben Cousins has returned a positive result for illicit drugs during a roadside test, according to police. But while he was perfection on the field, in the real world Ben Cousins was a total disaster. Sunday Night. Zempilas: Did you almost have it all? Maylea Tinecheff is set to give a tell-all interview about living with Ben Cousins. … Sunday Night: Estranged partner of Ben Cousins, Maylea Tinecheff, fears for his life. My life with Ben Cousins. life. Maylea Tinecheff knew her relationship with troubled AFL star Ben Cousins was over when he continued using crystal meth in front of her earlier this year, the day after she finally allowed him to see his children again. Credit: Seven. Ben Cousins with Maylea Tinecheff. The couple's relationship became so rocky that … Maylea Tinecheff tells Sunday Night that Ben Cousins ‘will die’ unless he can beat drug addiction. Credit: Seven. The couple have two children together, Bobby, 5, and Angelique, 3. Sunday Night has an interview with Maylea Tinecheff, ex-partner of fallen AFL star Ben Cousins and mother of his two children. Former Wallabies star Matt Giteau has led a raft of criticism of Channel 7’s interview with Ben Cousins on Sunday night.. 9:41. Cousins: Almost, yeah. March 25. Former West Coast Eagles coach told Sunday Night his absence at the time was due to "an adverse reaction to sleeping pills". Ben Cousins with Maylea Tinecheff at the Richmond Fairest and Best Night. BEN Cousins’ former partner, Maylea Tinecheff, says she fears he will die unless he pulls himself out of his drug spiral, Sunday Night’s Steve Pennells reports. life. Play Video. Greg Hunt’s message to young people. Credit: PerthNow, Sunday Night Pennells said Cousins’ mental condition was far worse than anyone would admit. Maylea Tinecheff knew her relationship with troubled AFL star Ben Cousins was over when he continued using crystal meth in front of her earlier this year, the day after she finally allowed him to see his children again. The reporter at the centre of the interview has revealed how a request from Ben Cousins’ dad prompted this Sunday night’s explosive documentary.