A loud scandal in Australia … the rape and harassment of an employee inside Parliament House

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The Prime Minister intervened and apologized for the way in handling the incident

Australian women continued to claim that they were subjected to sexual harassment by a Parliament employee, in an incident that shook the country, and prompted the Prime Minister to intervene in his regard.

Less than hours after a third woman accused an Australian Parliament employee of sexually assaulting her, a fourth woman announced that she had been harassed by the same employee in 2017, noting that the Liberal employee touched her thigh while they were together in a bar in Canberra, according to what The site “Russia Today” reported.

The Australian woman filed a report with the local police in Canberra, while these events came after the former employee of Parliament, Brittany Higgins, was accused of being raped inside the Australian Parliament building.

She indicated that the incident occurred in the office of the then Minister of Defense Industry, Linda Reynolds, in March 2019, while two other women confirmed that they were sexually assaulted by the same employee.

The fourth lady said that she learned of the identity of the Brittany Higgins rapist through employee networks, and was crazy, as she recalled a similar incident that took place with her by the same employee.

She added, “She attended a party in 2017 with colleagues at the Canberra General Bar after work, which is a wild favorite of the political class, and was astonished when the man, who I later learned was the same who raped Higgins, put his hand under the table and touched her body.”

And she continued, “This did not please her and angered her, and this is not the first time that she receives unwanted attention from men she worked with in parliament, and it was not the last time and at that time, she was so accustomed to harassment that she ignored it.”

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized for the way the matter was handled, and said he had asked his employees what they knew about the incident.

A loud scandal in Australia … the rape of an employee inside the parliament building and the harassment of 3 others

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Australian women continued to claim that they were subjected to sexual harassment by a Parliament employee, in an incident that shook the country, and prompted the Prime Minister to intervene in his regard.

Less than hours after a third woman accused an Australian Parliament employee of sexually assaulting her, a fourth woman announced that she had been harassed by the same employee in 2017, noting that the Liberal employee touched her thigh while they were together in a bar in Canberra, according to what The site “Russia Today” reported.

The Australian woman filed a report with the local police in Canberra, while these events came after the former employee of Parliament, Brittany Higgins, was accused of being raped inside the Australian Parliament building.

She indicated that the incident occurred in the office of the then Minister of Defense Industry, Linda Reynolds, in March 2019, while two other women confirmed that they were sexually assaulted by the same employee.

The fourth lady said that she learned of the identity of the Brittany Higgins rapist through employee networks, and was crazy, as she recalled a similar incident that took place with her by the same employee.

She added, “She attended a party in 2017 with her colleagues at the Canberra General Bar after work, which is a wild favorite of the political class, and was surprised when the man, who I later learned was the same who raped Higgins, put his hand under the table and touched her body.”

And she continued, “This did not please her and angered her, and this is not the first time that she receives unwanted attention from men she worked with in parliament, and it was not the last time and at that time, she was so accustomed to harassment that she ignored it.”

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized for the way the matter was handled, and said he had asked his staff what they knew about the incident.

February 22, 2021 – Rajab 10, 1442

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The Prime Minister intervened and apologized for the way the incident was handled

Australian women continued to claim that they were subjected to sexual harassment by a Parliament employee, in an incident that shook the country, and prompted the Prime Minister to intervene in his regard.

Less than hours after a third woman accused an Australian Parliament employee of sexually assaulting her, a fourth woman announced that she had been harassed by the same employee in 2017, noting that the Liberal employee touched her thigh while they were together in a bar in Canberra, according to what The site “Russia Today” reported.

The Australian woman filed a report with the local police in Canberra, while these events came after the former employee of Parliament, Brittany Higgins, was accused of being raped inside the Australian Parliament building.

She indicated that the incident occurred in the office of the then Minister of Defense Industry, Linda Reynolds, in March 2019, while two other women confirmed that they were sexually assaulted by the same employee.

The fourth lady said that she learned of the identity of the Brittany Higgins rapist through employee networks, and was crazy, as she recalled a similar incident that took place with her by the same employee.

She added, “She attended a party in 2017 with her colleagues at the Canberra General Bar after work, which is a wild favorite of the political class, and was surprised when the man, who I later learned was the same who raped Higgins, put his hand under the table and touched her body.”

And she continued, “This did not please her and angered her, and this is not the first time that she receives unwanted attention from men she worked with in parliament, and it was not the last time and at that time, she was so accustomed to harassment that she ignored it.”

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized for the way the matter was handled, and said he had asked his staff what they knew about the incident.





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