#MeToo: With the movement making noise across the world, it seems cricket to is facing its music. After an ex-air attendant accused World Cup-winning Sri Lankan captain Arjuna Ranatunga of sexual harassment, Lasith Malinga is the latest victim of this popular movement. The lady chose to remain anonymous and used the Twitter account of Chinmaya Sreepada to narrate her horrific incident that took place in Mumbai, during IPL.Also Read - South Africa to Tour Sri Lanka For Limited-Overs Series in September

The lady in the letter mentioned, “I’d like to remain anonymous. A few years back when I was in Mumbai, I was looking for my friend in the hotel we were staying in. I bumped into a very famous cricketer during the IPL season who said my friend was in his room. I go in and she’s not. He pushed me in the bed and proceeded to climb on my face. Mind you I’m tall and about the same body weight.” Good luck that the hotel staff knocked the door and she swayed into the bathroom. After the hotel staff left she quickly fled from the hotel. Chinmayi Sripaada shared the tweet with the caption, “Cricketer Lasith Malinga.” Also Read - Sri Lanka Cricket Ban Danushka Gunathilaka, Kusal Mendis And Niroshan Dickwella From International Cricket For One Year

Earlier, Arjuna Ranatunga faced the same allegations. The post accusing the former Sri Lankan skipper read, “My starstruck colleague spotted Indian and Sri Lankan cricketers in the elevator of Hotel Juhu Centaur, Mumbai and decided to meet them in their room for autographs. I decided to chaperone her, fearing for her safety, we were offered drinks (perhaps laced) I declined and stuck to my bottle of water I’d brought along. They were 7 and we 2; they latched the room door putting the chain secure. My discomfort was growing inside of me; I urged her to get back to our room…” Also Read - SL vs IND, 3rd T20I: Sri Lanka Spinners Expose India's Batsmen to Register 7-Wicket Win, Clinch Series 2-1

“…Ranatunga grabs me by waist, sliding his hands along the side of my breasts, I scream fearing the worst, kicking on his legs and feet. Threatening him of dire consequences, passport cancellation, reporting it to the cops etc., for he is a Sri Lankan misbehaving with an Indian. Wasting no time, I dashed for the hotel reception a good run on an incline screaming on top of my voice. The reception said ‘it is your private matter’, and that they can’t help me!”