Chris Gayle may be asked to leave the Big Bash League for good and never return, following fresh allegations over the big West Indian, who features for Melbourne Renegades in popular T20 tournament. 

According to Fairfax Media, Chris Gayle had exposed himself in front of a woman in the dressing room during the ICC World Cup 2015 Down Under. 

The woman stated that she was walking into the dressing room and Gayle was wearing a towel. Gayle then removed the towel partially, and the West Indian opener asked the woman, "are you looking for this?"

Gayle has denied the allegations published by Fairfax Media on Wednesday and he is likely to file a defamation case. 

However, if an investigation is carried out after the woman's allegations against Gayle and it is found to be true, then Gayle's Big Bash League season will be over as his current contract with the Melbourne Renegades will be terminated. He may not be allowed to return to the T20 league in Australia again.

Chris Gayle's management group Insignia Sports International released a statement denying the fresh allegations on Wednesday.  

"As Chris's management group, we have obviously been following recent events closely. Chris denies the allegations published by Fairfax Media," the statement said.

"It is important that anyone seeking to make false accusations against Chris be aware that Chris and his management will be considering all rights and legal options available.There will be no further comment from Chris or his management at this stage."

Gayle was heavily criticised this week after making sexist comments to Channel 10 TV presenter Mel McLaughlin during an interview on Monday. The Renegades opener escaped a suspension and was fined A$10,000 for his disrespectful behaviour toward McLaughlin. 

Later, the 36-year-old West Indian apologised in front of the media for his comments, even though many felt the apology was not quite heartfelt. McLaughlin, while criticising Gayle for his antics on live TV, accepted his apology and said she just wants to move on.