A ex-Liberal advisor accused of raping Brittany Higgins was sacked for sneaking into a minister’s parliamentary office on false pretenses and not behaving with ‘integrity’, government sources have claimed.
Bombshell allegations about the security breach at Parliament House have emerged a week after Ms Higgins claimed she was assaulted by a male colleague inside their boss Defence Minister Linda Reynolds’ office in March 2019.
Government insiders have claimed the alleged breach wasn’t the first security issue flagged in relation to the male staffer at the time.
They claimed the advisor was already being closely monitored by the government after other serious offences occurred, The Australian reported.
Brittany Higgins (pictured) alleges she was raped by the staffer in a…