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Whistleblower ‘Tom’ reveals extraordinary ‘culture of hook-ups and blow jobs’ in parliament

Mysterious Canberra whistleblower called ‘Tom’ reveals extraordinary digital file of texts, videos and sordid photos which PROVE a ‘culture of hook-ups and sex’ in Parliament

  • Parliament House whistleblower prepares digital file full of staffer sex acts
  • ‘Tom’ met with the Finance Department who are undergoing an investigation 
  • An array of political staffer have been accused of inappropriate behaviour  

A mysterious whistleblower claims he has texts messages, videos and images which reveal the extraordinary culture of ‘hook-ups and oral sex’ inside Parliament House.

The man, known only as Tom, told the Weekend Australian he prepared the explicit digital file in the lead up to a meeting with Finance Minister Simon Birmingham’s office on Thursday.

Tom said he was informed the Finance Department was ‘commencing an investigation’ after leaked videos and pictures of government employees allegedly flashing and performing lewd sex acts inside Parliament House emerged last week.

At this stage, the extensive digital file has not been passed on but the Canberra insider did make a statement as part of the inquiry.

Tom provided information about a litany of sexual encounters which allegedly took place from September 2015 to 2020 – long after Prime Minister Scott Morrison was came to office in August 2018.

The allegations involve four current or former staffers, three non-staffers; one sex worker; a former minister and a sitting MP.

Although Tom said the meetings with the Finance Department went well, he admitted that he was disappointed when Mr Morrison told parliament such lewd sexual activity by staffers had not occurred, to his knowledge, under his leadership.

‘I am not aware of that behaviour having taken place, but if other information comes forward then I am happy to address that,’ the Prime Minister said.

But Tom refutes Mr Morrison’s claims and says he has text messages from a political staffer boasting about meeting with a colleague in a ‘lockable toilet’ in Parliament House after receiving a message that read ‘wanna blow me?’.

A whistleblower inside Australia’s parliament leaked photos and videos which allegedly revealed  staffers exposing themselves inside the building (pictured) 

A video also shows a male staffer allegedly performing a solo sex act on a female MP's desk, in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison branded 'disgusting' behaviour

A video also shows a male staffer allegedly performing a solo sex act on a female MP’s desk, in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison branded ‘disgusting’ behaviour 

For the past month the Australian government has been rocked by a string of shocking sexual scandals.

Former Liberal Party staffer Brittany Higgins claimed she was raped by a senior colleague in parliament in 2019 but felt pressured not to report the incident to police.

Mr Morrison, who was already under pressure over his handling of the Higgins case, said last week that he was ‘shocked and disgusted’ by the latest revelations and added that ‘we have to get our house in order’.

Tom said there was a ‘culture of men thinking that they can do whatever they want’ in parliament, and while he did not think the staffers had broken any laws he added: ‘Morally, they are bankrupt’. 

Prime Minister Scott Morrison, already under pressure over his handling of rape allegations against his attorney general, called the latest revelations ‘disgusting’

Earlier this month, Attorney-General Christian Porter also vigorously denied swirling accusations he had raped a 16-year-old girl in 1988 when they were both students.

During the week disturbing images emerged showing the alleged sex acts performed by at least four Coalition staffers in Parliament House. 

Senior staffers allegedly swapped photos and video of themselves performing the solo sex acts in a Facebook Messenger group.

The sexual acts – some of which took place on the desks of federal female MPs – were carried out more than two years ago but only came to light after one of the staffers dobbed the rest of them in.

The controversies have placed growing pressure on the prime minister, who critics say has fumbled the government’s response.

Brittany Higgins (pictured) has also requested to provide evidence to an inquiry into which of the prime minister's staff knew of her rape allegations

Brittany Higgins (pictured) has also requested to provide evidence to an inquiry into which of the prime minister’s staff knew of her rape allegations

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