Louise Hazel claims Toni Minichiello’s behaviour ‘worsened’ throughout success at London 2012 Video games
Former Olympian Louise Hazel claims Toni Minichiello’s behaviour ‘worsened’ throughout success at London 2012 Video games amid sexual misconduct expenses… as his ex-athlete Jessica-Ennis Hill admits the allegations are ‘upsetting and surprising’
- Ex-athletics coach Toni Minichiello has been charged with sexual misconduct
- Former Olympian Louise Hazel claims his behaviour bought worse after 2012 Video games
- His ex-athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill has admitted the allegations have shocked her
- Minichiello denies the adjustments and says UK Athletics have been ‘unfair’ to him
Former Olympian Louise Hazel has claimed Toni Minichiello’s behaviour ‘bought worse’ as he grew to become extra profitable throughout the 2012 London Olympic Video games.
Minichiello is going through sexual misconduct expenses over alleged incidents throughout 15 years, together with ‘dry-humping’ athletes, and has been handed a life ban by UK Athletics. He denies the fees.
Olympic heptathlete Hazel, who was coached by Minichiello, claimed the coach’s behaviour worsened as his success with Ennis-Hill grew.
The 36-year-old advised ITV: ‘The issues that I complained about had been again in 2007, and so they went unhandled. As Toni grew in recognition and success, clearly his affiliation with teaching Jessica, his abuse of energy bought worse.
‘This judgment sends the message to coaches that it will now not be the best way we function. We can’t enable our energy to be taken away any longer.’
Toni Minichiello has been charged with sexual misconduct over alleged incidents throughout 15 years, with UK Athletics banning him for all times
Former Olympian Louise Hazel has claimed his behaviour ‘worsened’ throughout London 2012
In the meantime, his former athlete Ennis-Hill has additionally reacted to his ban, admitting she is ‘shocked and upset’ by the information.
Ennis-Hill posted on Instagram on Tuesday night time, saying: ‘It’s surprising and upsetting. The allegations are terrible and though I used to be by no means on the receiving finish of any sexual bodily behaviour, any such inappropriate behaviour or language has no place in any teaching or work atmosphere.
‘Everybody ought to really feel protected from any type of bodily or psychological abuse.’