Staffer who allegedly raped Brittany Higgins was not given sponsored pass to Parliament House

Staffer who allegedly raped Brittany Higgins was not given sponsored pass to Parliament House

The Guardian

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Morrison government says alleged attacker’s access was cancelled but can’t guarantee he wasn’t signed in as a visitor

The staffer accused of raping Brittany Higgins has not been given a sponsored pass allowing access to Parliament House since his termination, the government says.

The alleged perpetrator went on to take up a lobbyist role with a Sydney-based public relations firm, where he stayed until early 2020, before moving on to a job with a major corporation later that year.

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