Shane Warne’s Amazon Prime documentary: Wife Simone Callahan collapses for cheating

Shane Warne revealed how his marriage fell apart during the 2005 series Ashes after he was caught cheating on his wife with multiple women.

The legendary cricketer, 52, admits in the Amazon Prime documentary Shane how he would drown his sorrows alone in his hotel room, drinking until he ‘cried on the floor’ after his family fled the England following its tabloid sex scandals.

Warne’s ex-wife Simone Callahan also revealed her own heartbreak upon landing in the UK to find stories about her husband’s many infidelities splashed across the front pages of newspapers.

Remorse: Shane Warne revealed how his marriage fell apart during the 2005 Ashes series after he was caught cheating on his wife with multiple women

Callahan said she and the couple’s three children were “going to settle in England” and uprooted their lives in Australia to do so.

Warne then revealed that “unfortunately there was a story that broke out for me with two women just before they landed…Simone read that story”.

Callahan described the litany of newspaper articles about her husband’s affairs as follows: “Shane is with this [woman], Shane is with it [woman], Shane is with it [woman].’

Ex-files: Warne's ex-wife Simone Callahan (left) also revealed her own heartbreak upon landing in the UK to find stories about her husband's many infidelities splashed across the front pages of the newspapers

Pictured: Warne admitting to giving in to the

Ex-files: Warne’s ex-wife Simone Callahan (left) also revealed her own heartbreak upon landing in the UK to find stories about her husband’s many infidelities splashed across the front pages of the newspapers. Pictured right: Warne admits giving in to ‘temptations’ in a 2005 interview

“My life was pretty much turned upside down,” the former model-turned-yoga-teacher added. “It wasn’t even a two week turnaround before I came back to Australia.”

The spinner finally admitted his mistakes, confessing in an interview at the time: “I gave in to temptation, I gave in to opportunity.”

Warne and Callahan’s children weren’t oblivious to the negative press, with their daughter Brooke admitting the saga was “like my whole image of [dad] had been broken”.

Happier times: Callahan said she and the couple's three children

Happier times: Callahan said she and the couple’s three children were “going to settle in England” and uprooted their lives in Australia to do so. Pictured here on their wedding day

Fairy Tale: A series of images from the couple's lavish 1995 wedding accompanied the walk down memory lane.

Fairy Tale: A series of images from the couple’s lavish 1995 wedding accompanied the walk down memory lane.

Left alone without his family, Warne turned to the bottle to drown his sorrows.

After each day of gambling, he admitted that he “went back to the hotel room, rummaged through the minibar…sat alone in my room and drank.”

‘[I’d be] in my hotel room, crying on the floor… I just berate myself for some of the things I’ve done,” he admitted.

First love: Elsewhere in the Amazon Prime documentary, Warne made the stunning admission that his family was his second priority after cricket.  Photographed in 2005

First love: Elsewhere in the Amazon Prime documentary, Warne made the stunning admission that his family was his second priority after cricket. Photographed in 2005

And critics followed him onto the pitch during the Ashes series Australia would end up losing to England 2-1.

England’s notoriously rowdy cheer squad, the Barmy Army, taunted Warne during games with chants like, “Where’d your miss go?” Far far away!’

It was a far cry from the fairytale beginnings of Warne and Callahan’s romance.

“We were very, very young,” he recalls when they started.

“We were happy, we were in love. There was no drama, there was no intensive maintenance, everything was really easy.

Accompanying the walk down memory lane are a series of images from the couple’s lavish wedding in 1995.

Victims: Warne and Callahan's children weren't oblivious to the bad press, with their daughter Brooke admitting the saga was

Victims: Warne and Callahan’s children weren’t oblivious to the bad press, with their daughter Brooke admitting the saga was ‘like my whole image of [dad] had been broken

Elsewhere in the documentary, Warne made the stunning admission that his family was his second priority after cricket.

“Cricket was always my number one priority. That’s not to say I didn’t value my family, but they were second,” he said.

However, he attributed the mindset to a necessary sacrifice for the sake of his own game.

“To be as good as I was I had to be selfish sometimes, and most of the time I was,” said Warne, who played 708 Test wickets at an average of 25.41 during his career.

Former spouses: Warne and Callahan were married from 1995 to 2005. They briefly reconciled after their divorce, but separated for good in 2010. Pictured here in February 1995 in Melbourne

Former spouses: Warne and Callahan were married from 1995 to 2005. They briefly reconciled after their divorce, but separated for good in 2010. Pictured here in February 1995 in Melbourne

Exes: Warne later got engaged to British actress Elizabeth Hurley, but they called it quits at the end of 2013. Pictured together on November 8, 2013 in Sydney

Exes: Warne later got engaged to British actress Elizabeth Hurley, but they called it quits at the end of 2013. Pictured together on November 8, 2013 in Sydney

During his years as a top cricketer, Warne faced multiple sex scandals.

Many of these incidents took place during his marriage to Callahan, to whom he was married from 1995 to 2005.

The couple, who share children Brooke, Jackson and Summer, briefly reconciled after their divorce, but separated for good in 2010.

Warne later got engaged to British actress Elizabeth Hurley, but they called it quits in late 2013.

Before and after: It was on his first trip to England in 1989 that Warne piled on the pounds thanks to a combination of beer and unhealthy food

'I went [weighing] 79 pounds;  six months later i returned home [weighing] 99 kilos, he said

Before and after: It was on his first trip to England in 1989 that Warne piled on the pounds thanks to a combination of beer and unhealthy food

It was on his first trip to England in 1989 that Warne piled on the pounds thanks to a combination of beer and unhealthy food.

“Every day was ten pints, chicken and chips and playing cricket, for six months,” the father-of-three said.

‘I went [weighing] 79 kilos, six months later I returned home [weighing] 99kg.’

But at the end of the day, Warne said he wouldn’t change anything in his life.

“I like loud music, I smoked, I drank, I did a little leg trick, that’s me. I have no regrets,” he said.

Shane is available to stream on Amazon Prime from January 25

Family: But in the end, Warne said he wouldn't change anything in his life.  Pictured with son Jackson and daughters Brooke and Summer

Family: But in the end, Warne said he wouldn’t change anything in his life. Pictured with son Jackson and daughters Brooke and Summer