Michael Clarke has reportedly responded to criticism from his wife by misspelling her name in lengthy written response to her claims that he should do more to help around the house. In an obvious power play, similar to the one he used to respond to criticism from journalist “Gerald Wheatley”, Clarke is believed to have deliberately misspelled wife Kyly’s name to put her in her place.
A source close to the couple said, “There has been some simmering tension in the Clarke household this week. Kyly reckons Michael doesn’t do enough around the house, and that he’s always leaving dirty jocks on top on the laundry basket instead of putting them in the basket. It’s small stuff, but it’s been going on for too long now. So, she had a go at him. Afterwards, he retreated, and was seen madly typing away on his laptop. Then he prints off this piece of paper and leaves it on the kitchen bench for her before heading out for a walk.”
While the source didn’t reveal the actual contents of the written note, they did confirm that it opened with “ATT: Kylie Clarkson” and that it contained a number of “Fact” subheadings before randomly listing a whole bunch of things that he does to contribute to the family’s household. The source said, “I think he was actually going okay until he said that Kyly wouldn’t understand what it’s like to be in his position because she didn’t have the talent or the courage to be a man. From what I’m hearing, that insinuation just made the whole situation a lot worse.”