Brittany Higgins expected to lodge formal complaint on Wednesday
Brittany Higgins, who alleges she was raped inside Parliament House, is expected to make a formal complaint to police within days.
- Brittany Higgins said on Friday that she had re-engaged police in handling her allegations
- Scott Morrison has announced four separate reviews since her story came out
- He said anyone who thought cultural problems were confined to Parliament House was “kidding themselves”
The former Liberal Party staffer alleges she was sexually assaulted by a male colleague in the office of then-defence industry minister Linda Reynolds in March 2019.
On Friday, Ms Higgins revealed she had re-engaged with Australian Federal Police, saying she had “waited a long time for justice” and wanted the alleged perpetrator to “face the full force of the law”.
She is expected to…