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

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Mysterious Whistleblower in Canberra Named ‘Tom’ Reveals Extraordinary Digital File With Texts, Videos and Nasty Photos Proving a ‘culture of hook-ups and blow jobs’ in Parliament

  • The Parliament House whistleblower compiles a digital file full of staff sexual acts
  • “Tom” has met with the finance department that is conducting an investigation
  • A large number of political employees have been accused of inappropriate behavior

A mysterious whistleblower claims he has text messages, videos and images revealing the extraordinary culture of hook-ups and blow jobs in Parliament House.

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

Tom said he was informed that the finance department was ‘opening an investigation’ after leaked videos and photos of government employees allegedly flashed and engaged in lewd sexual acts in the parliament building last week.

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

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

The allegations relate to four current or former staffers, three non-staffers; a sex worker; a former minister and a sitting member of parliament.

Although Tom said the Finance Department meetings went well, he admitted that he was disappointed when Mr. Morrison told Parliament that, as far as he is aware, such lewd sexual activities by staffers had not taken place under his direction.

“I am not aware that that behavior has taken place, but if other information emerges, I will gladly respond,” said the prime minister.

But Tom refutes Mr Morrison’s allegations, saying he has text messages from a political employee who brags about meeting a colleague in a ‘lockable toilet’ in Parliament House after receiving a message saying ‘do you want give me a blow job? ‘.

A whistleblower in the Australian Parliament has leaked photos and videos that reportedly revealed staff members exposed themselves in the building (photo)

A whistleblower in the Australian Parliament has leaked photos and videos that reportedly revealed staff members exposed themselves in the building (photo)

A video also shows a male executive allegedly performing a solo sex act on the desk of a female MP, in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison called `` disgusting '' behavior

A video also shows a male executive allegedly performing a solo sex act on the desk of a female MP, in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison called `` disgusting '' behavior

A video also shows a male executive allegedly performing a solo sex act on a female MP’s desk, in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison called “ disgusting ” behavior

Over the past month, the Australian government has been rocked by a series of shocking sexual scandals.

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

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

Tom said there was a “ culture of men who thought they could do whatever they want ” in parliament, and while he didn’t think the staffers had broken any laws, he added, “ Morally they are bankrupt. ”

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

Earlier this month, Attorney General Christian Porter also vehemently denied swirling allegations that he raped a 16-year-old girl in 1988 when they were both college students.

During the week, disturbing footage emerged showing the alleged sex acts carried out by at least four Coalition executives in Parliament House.

Senior executives have reportedly swapped photos and videos of themselves performing the solo sex acts in a Facebook Messenger group.

The sex acts – some of which took place at the desks of female federal MPs – were committed more than two years ago, but only came to light after one of the staffers bobbed the rest of them.

The controversies have put increasing pressure on the prime minister, who critics say has misled the government’s response.

Brittany Higgins (pictured) has also requested evidence for an investigation into which of the prime minister's staff knew of her rape allegations.

Brittany Higgins (pictured) has also requested evidence for an investigation into which of the prime minister's staff knew of her rape allegations.

Brittany Higgins (pictured) has also requested evidence for an investigation into which of the prime minister’s staff knew of her rape allegations.

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