Brittany Higgins, the former Liberal staffer who alleges she was raped inside a senior minister’s office, says she will reveal the “toxic workplace culture” at Parliament in a book set to be released next year.
- Ms Higgins will detail her experiences of the culture inside Parliament House, as well as the “media storm” that followed her allegation
- She will donate some proceeds from book sales to the Canberra Rape Crisis Centre
- The man at the centre of her allegations has not been charged with any crime
The 26-year-old will call for “desperately needed” reform in her memoir, and has promised to donate half of the royalties from her upcoming book to the Canberra Rape Crisis Centre.
“This is the personal account of a young woman…