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Michael Clarke has taken drastic action to clean up his damaged reputation by hiring his ex-fiancée Lara Worthington's former brand manager Patrick Devlin, reports claim.
The retired cricketer's public image took a major hit in January after footage surfaced of his wild Noosa fight with ex-girlfriend Jade Yarbrough.
Clarke, 41, lost lucrative work as a result of the ugly brawl as his slated commentator role was axed by India's cricket authorities.
While Clarke has publicly apologised for his indiscretions, insiders claim Clarke has also enlisted the help of Australian publicity guru Devlin to help restore his credibility, The Daily Telegraph reports.
Devlin previously worked as a buying director for Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand Goop, before becoming an agent for high-profile models such as Lara Worthington.
Industry sources claim Devlin gave Lara's career a huge boost after she signed with him in 2017 and helped her significantly advance her career.
Michael Clarke, 41, (pictured) has taken drastic action to clean up his damaged reputation by hiring his ex-fiancée Lara Worthington's former brand manager Patrick Devlin, reports claim
Worthington reportedly parted ways with Western Australia-based Devlin in 2022.
Just days after losing Worthington, he is said to have signed Liam Hemsworth's model girlfriend Gabriella Brooks who, like Worthington, started her career as a bikini model.
Clarke famously began dating Worthington - then Lara Bingle - back in 2007, but the relationship soured after their engagement in