& # 39; Is discredited and discredited & # 39 ;: Interior Minister Peter Dutton accuses former Border Force chief, Roman Quaedvlieg, of & # 39; GROOMING a girl & # 39; 30 years younger than him
- Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has attacked the former head of the Border Force
- The Liberal Deputy accused Roman Quaedvlieg of 'fixing a girl & # 39; during the question time
- Mr. Dutton made accusations against a former public official in Parliament
- It came a day after Mr. Quaedvlieg gave evidence of a Senate investigation into him.
Stephen Johnson for Daily Mail Australia
The Minister of Internal Affairs, Peter Dutton, has launched an extraordinary attack against the former head of the Australian Border Force, Roman Quaedvlieg, using the parliamentary privilege to accuse him of "fixing a girl."
The senior cabinet minister, who last month narrowly lost a liberal leadership, became prime minister, savagely attacking the top public official a day after he informed a Senate that he had granted visas to European babysitters.
Mr. Dutton stood up in the House of Representatives during Question Time on Tuesday to destroy the character of the former commissioner of the Australian Border Force with a salacious allegation.
Interior Minister Peter Dutton accused the head of the Australian Border Force, Roman Quaedvlieg, of "fixing a girl" 30 years younger than him.
The cabinet minister harshly criticized the top public official a day after reporting to a Senate investigation that he had granted visas to European babysitters.
"This defamation comes from the former commissioner of the Australian Border Force, a man who was, as commissioner, dismissed from his post," he told the camera.
"He was a man who had fixed a girl 30 years younger than him."
& # 39; Is discredited and dishonored & # 39;
Quaedvlieg was fired from his $ 617,000 position a year in March, after using his powerful position to help his girlfriend, Sarah Rogers, get a job as a passport scanner at the Sydney airport.
He returned to the political crosshairs this week when he told a Senate investigation that Mr. Dutton had helped three European au pairs with visa problems in 2015.
Peter Dutton (pictured with Roman Quaedvlieg in 2015) savagely attacked the former commissioner of the Australian Border Force after he presented evidence against him before a Senate investigation.
His evidence gave the Greens and Labor Opposition the impetus to support a motion of no confidence against Mr. Dutton in parliament on Monday.
Faced with another question from the Labor Party on Tuesday, Mr. Dutton took the opportunity to attack Mr. Quaedvlieg and noted that Opposition Leader Bill Shorten now hired, as a consultant, the former executive officer of the Australian Border Force. .
"So, with all this dung that has been thrown out, I notice that Mr. Quaedvlieg does not appear personally to the Senate investigation because he does not want us to question him," he said.
"So what he does is get this fictitious information and exaggerated details that he can not back up."