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  • Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized on Tuesday to a woman who were lead she was raped by a colleague in the country's parliament.

  • The woman did not name the colleague, but said it was someone who worked for Morrisons ruling Liberal Party and that she had been raped in the office off Defense Minister Linda Reynolds in March 2019.

  • She then spoke with the police in early April of that year, but she decided against making a formal complaint amid concerns about her career prospects.

  • Morrison promised an investigation.

  • But at the end of the day, I wanna make sure that any young woman working in this place is a site is possible.

  • Justus.

  • I would like my own daughters if they ever chose toe, go down that puff or in whatever workplace they were working in, the woman said she told senior staff in Reynold's office off the alleged attack.

  • She said she was then asked to attend a meeting in the same office where she says she was assaulted.

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized on Tuesday to a woman who were lead she was raped by a colleague in the country's parliament.

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Woman alleges raped in Australian parliament, PM apologizes for way complaint handled

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