The Crown Resorts hotel released a statement confirming that footage of Kohli’s room had been shared.
“The safety and privacy of our customers is our number one priority, and we are extremely disappointed that this incident has occurred,” the statement said. We are aware of an incident involving a contractor and the privacy of a guest at Crown Perth.
“We unreservedly apologize to the guest involved and will continue to take the necessary steps to keep this incident isolated. We have zero tolerance for this behavior, and it falls well below the standards we have set for members. of our team and our subcontractors.
The hotel said those responsible for sharing the images had been removed from their posts.
“Those involved have been discharged and removed from the Crown Account. The Crown took immediate action to address the issue. Those involved were removed from their positions and removed from the Crown account, and the original video was quickly removed from the social media platform.
“Crown is investigating with the third party contractor and will take any additional steps necessary to ensure that an incident of this nature does not happen again.
“We are also cooperating with the Indian cricket team and the International Cricket Council to convey our apologies to them and will continue to work with them as we progress with the investigation.”
Other players shared Kohli’s disgust at how his privacy had been compromised. “It’s ridiculous, totally unacceptable,” Australian David Warner said.