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Stewart backs Pietersen on parody twitter account issue

Kevin Pietersen’s claim that a former England captain has told the ECB that three of his team-mates might have access to a parody twitter account mocking him came out to be true with Alec Stewart saying that he stood by what the controversial former batsman said in his autobiography.  

Stewart, England’s most-capped Test cricketer with 133 matches, said that Richard Bailey introduced himself as the author of @KPGenius account during the Test against South Africa at the Oval in 2012 and revealed Graeme Swann, Stuart Broad and Tim Bresnan had access to it.  Bailey, who has no official connection to England camp, is said to be a close friend of Broad.
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