John Barilaro says MP Michael Johnsen must resign after reports alleging sexting in parliament

John Barilaro says MP Michael Johnsen must resign after reports alleging sexting in parliament

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Premier says ‘if that’s correct I’m absolutely disgusted’ over media reports alleging Johnsen offered to pay a sex worker $1,000 to attend NSW parliament

The New South Wales deputy premier, John Barilaro, has called for Upper Hunter MP Michael Johnsen to immediately resign from parliament following reports alleging he sought to arrange for a sex worker to visit him in the state’s Parliament House.

On Tuesday the ABC reported allegations that Johnsen, a Nationals MP, had offered to pay a sex worker $1,000 to attend NSW parliament for sex, as well as alleging that a string of lewd text messages and an obscene video were sent from his mobile phone while parliament was sitting.

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