The second-most shocking IPL moment occurred this year, when the arrest of three Rajasthan Royals players on suspicion of spot-fixing opened Pandora's Box.
Police investigations and inquiries into the league dramatically uncovered that Gurunath Meiyappan, widely believed to be the Chennai Super Kings team principal, had been betting on matches involving his team.
This news spawned all manner of stories about the involvement of players, coaches and administrations in widespread illegal betting, fixing and criminality—most of which was of course unfounded.
However, team owner N. Srinivasan now finds himself in front of Justice Mukul Mudgal in connection to the arrest of his son-in-law.
Srinivasan claims he knew nothing of the betting, and has gone as far as to deny Gurunath was the team principal, per The Hindu.