Ousted federal Labor MP Emma Husar says she was ‘slut-shamed’ as she stars on SAS Australia

Ousted federal Labor MP Emma Husar says she was ‘slut-shamed’ as she stars on SAS Australia


Ousted federal Labor MP Emma Husar says she was ‘slut shamed viciously and relentlessly out of her job’ over ‘Sharon Stone’ second and calls her look on SAS Australia a ‘screw you’ to anybody who has wronged her


Emma Husar hopes her look on SAS Australia will show to her detractors simply how robust she actually is after she going through a ‘flashing’ scandal in parliament. 

The former federal Labor MP has claimed political operatives made up sexual harassment claims to destroy her profession.  

Husar alleges folks inside the celebration leaked false allegations she uncovered herself to MP Jason Clare in a ‘Sharon Stone’ transfer in Canberra in 2017. 

Tough: Emma Husar (pictured) hopes her appearance on SAS Australia will prove to her detractors just how strong she really is

Tough: Emma Husar (pictured) hopes her look on SAS Australia will show to her detractors simply how robust she actually is

Appearing on Monday’s premiere episode, the 41-year-old confronted a gassing problem the place she coughed and spluttered whereas choking on fumes – however she was decided to see it by means of. 

She defined within the accompanying interview: ‘I was slut shamed viciously and  relentlessly out of my job. 

‘Being accused within the parliament of flashing my colleague and his toddler son while I wasn’t sporting underwear, in what the media known as the “Sharon Stone”. 

Doing it: Appearing on Monday's premiere episode, the 41-year-old faced a gassing challenge where she coughed and spluttered while choking on fumes - but she was determined

Doing it: Appearing on Monday’s premiere episode, the 41-year-old confronted a gassing problem the place she coughed and spluttered whereas choking on fumes – however she was decided

She explained on the show: 'I was slut shamed viciously and relentlessly out of my job. Being accused in the parliament of flashing my colleague and his infant son whilst I wasn't wearing underwear, in what the media called the "Sharon Stone". That really disempowered me'

She defined on the present: ‘I was slut shamed viciously and relentlessly out of my job. Being accused within the parliament of flashing my colleague and his toddler son while I wasn’t sporting underwear, in what the media known as the “Sharon Stone”. That actually disempowered me’

‘That actually disempowered me, it took away my company.’ 

Husar added: ‘Screw you to each one that has ever underestimated me, ever doubted my integrity or my potential to do something ‘. 

The ‘Sharon Stone’ refers to a scene within the 1992 movie Basic Instinct the place Stone’s character flashes her nude crotch at police throughout an interrogation. 

Husar added: 'Screw you to every person who has ever underestimated me, ever doubted my integrity or my ability to do anything '

Husar added: ‘Screw you to each one that has ever underestimated me, ever doubted my integrity or my potential to do something ‘

After the ‘flashing’ declare and different allegations of office bullying had been printed by Buzzfeed in 2018, Husar introduced she wouldn’t stand for re-election in 2019.

The former MP for Lindsay in Sydney’s west stated she was traumatised by the incident, evaluating it to the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins in Parliament House.

‘This is a human rights violation. I had the appropriate to go to work, the appropriate to be handled with respect. I had the appropriate to be given honest consideration, pure justice processes and procedural equity that everybody else is entitled to,’ she stated.

Career: After the 'flashing' claim and other allegations of workplace bullying were published by Buzzfeed in 2018, Husar announced she would not stand for re-election in 2019. She fought tears when she announced her decision

Career: After the ‘flashing’ declare and different allegations of office bullying had been printed by Buzzfeed in 2018, Husar introduced she wouldn’t stand for re-election in 2019. She fought tears when she introduced her resolution 

Apology: Husar said if she did not receive an apology from Labor leader Anthony Albanese (pictured) she would sue the party for sexual harassment and discrimination, the Sydney Morning Herald reported in May

Apology: Husar stated if she didn’t obtain an apology from Labor chief Anthony Albanese (pictured) she would sue the celebration for sexual harassment and discrimination, the Sydney Morning Herald reported in May 

‘And additionally, to not have my intercourse, my gender, any of that weaponised and used towards me for political acquire… because of this they’re reluctant to do something as a result of it is a political drawback. Same as in Brittany’s case.’ 

Husar stated if she didn’t obtain an apology from Labor chief Anthony Albanese she would sue the celebration for sexual harassment and discrimination, the Sydney Morning Herald  reported in May. 

Buzzfeed and Ms Husar settled out of court docket on July 2019. The media outlet retracted the story and apologised for not in search of remark from her earlier than publishing. 

SAS Australia continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

Trauma: The former MP for Lindsay in Sydney's west said she was traumatised by the incident, comparing it to the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins in Parliament House

Trauma: The former MP for Lindsay in Sydney’s west stated she was traumatised by the incident, evaluating it to the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins in Parliament House 

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