The single Alisha Aitken-Radburn got more than she expected when she appeared on the Hughesy & Kate radio show on Friday.
The recently fired Bachelor contestant was hoping to talk about her role in the hit reality show, when the conversation soon turned into politics.
Alisha, 25, is a political adviser to the Australian Labor Party, and introduces Dave Hughes, 47, and Kate Langbroek, 53, could not resist asking if she had been trapped in a drama while working for Bill. Shorten.
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In the line of fire … Bachelor & # 39; s Alisha Aitken-Radburn earned more than she expected when she appeared on the Hughesy & Kate radio show on Friday
In February, 48-year-old Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash threatened to name women who, according to her, had been "rumors" while working in the office of the 51-year-old opposition leader.
"If you want to start talking about the staff members, be very, very careful, because I am happy to sit here and name all the young women in Mr. Shorten's office about which rumors abound in this place," he said. the Parlament.
His statements were made at the time the details of the romance of former Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce with Vikki Campion, former agent of the Nationals, came to light.
When asked about Cash's comments on the radio, Alisha called them "scandalous."
Daily work: Alisha is a political adviser to the Australian Labor Party
"I thought it was absolutely dishonorable for her, how are women supposed to get ahead in politics?" She told Hughesy & Kate.
Alisha argued that there was absolutely no truth in Cash's comments.
"I thought it was a shameful attack for women who work very, very hard and are trying to get ahead," he insisted.
Controversy: In February, liberal Senator Michaelia Cash threatened to name the women who worked in Bill Shorten's office that there had been "rumors" about the industry
Outraged: "I thought it was a shameful attack on women who work very, very hard and are trying to get by," Alisha said of Cash's comments.
When Kate asked how many young people worked for Shorten at the time of the comments, Alisha revealed that there were around 12.
But she insisted that Cash's statements were nothing more than a political ruse.
Single Nick Cummins decided not to give Alisha a rose in the episode on Thursday night, which resulted in her leaving the same day as Cat and Romy, the "bad girls".
Gone! Bachelor Nick Cummins decided not to give Alisha a rose on Thursday night's episode, which resulted in her leaving the mansion the same day as her "bad girls" companion. Cat and Romy