LAHORE Pakistans suspended fast bowler Muhammad Aamir is hopeful that he would be cleared of the charges of spot-fixing when the ICCs full hearing takes place. The ICCs code of conduct commission, headed by Michael Beloff, upheld the trios suspensions after a two-day hearing in Dubai on Sunday. The innocence or guilt of the players will now be judged by an independent tribunal, the date of which has yet to be set. The ICC suspended Aamir, Salman Butt and Muhammad Asif over spot-fixing allegations highlighted by British Tabliod The News of the World. All bowlers bowl no-balls it can happen with anyone, but that does not mean I have done spot-fixing, Aamir said. He further added that he has been living the same life style he used to and is rich or has adopted any means to earn illegal money. I was a member of the team that won the Twenty20 World Cup last year and we got a lot of prize money and bonuses. We get paid Rs.200,000 to Rs.250,000 for every ODI and around Rs.300,000 to Rs.350,000 for a Test match, he added. I am also doing endorsements. So, I am earning good money and that is how I purchased the house in Lahore, he added.